Orange Democratic Movement Party Member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohammed and a Raila Confidant has sent a warning to Deputy President William Ruto over the Building Bridges Initiative as the case on the Popular Initiative is set to commence today at the Court of Appeal.
According to Junet Mohammed, he has said that they have got high hopes that the Court of Appeal will give the BBI proponents justice by ruling against the High Court order that dealt the report a big blow.
The Suna East MP has informed Deputy President William Ruto to keep off the ongoing case against the BBI accusing him of trying to dictate to the Judiciary the direction the BBI case will take.
MP Junet has said that the Judges should be allowed to make their ruling based on their findings and that no leader should be out there dictating what should be done.
"Let us not politicize the case, we expect justice to be served because we have strong grounds. Those telling judges what to do like what the deputy president is doing should stop and allow judges to do their work," Suna East MP Junet Mohammed has said as quoted by the Star.
In the Court of Appeal, the Seven Judge Bench will be presided over by Court of Appeal president Daniel Musinga alongside Justices Roseline Nambuye, Hannah Okwengu, Gatembu Kairu, Patrick Kiage, Fatuma Sichale and Francis Tuiyot.
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