The Kenyan Attorney General Paul Kihara has this evening left Kenyans in limbo in efforts to know exactly what he is trying to do by withdrawing a petition he had filled barely four days ago in High Court.
Through the letter itself which has come from his own office of the Attorney General, he has publicly asked the High Court to kick away the motion of application he made on date 14th of this month with regards to the ruling the High Court made on BBI.
This has however got most Kenyans confused not knowing why the Attorney General has just decided to do so after having shown many efforts in the fight against the High Court ruling on BBI.
Even after concluding in his letter stated that the reason for withdrawing the case is since the same case is now before the Court of Appeal, Kenyans have been left asking for those who are more expertised on matters of law to give them some clear explanation to that move which seems to be very tactical.
Below are some of the reactions from a number of them;
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