The BBI legal team led by Siaya Senator James Orengo might be forced to grapple with new evidence that the Third Way Alliance is seeking to present before the court to curb the appeal that was presented before the court a few weeks ago. The new evidence seeks to prove to the court that the whole appeal was unconstitutional.
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Although it is not yet clear if the new evidence will be embraced by the courts, Orengo is expected to challenge the introduction of the new evidence since it will be tabled outside the required time by the laws.
So far the court of appeal is expected to begin hearing the appeal by the end of this month in what many lawyers and law experts say will be a defining moment for the BBI document which continues to gain dust in the shelves since it was halted.
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