The court of appeal's ruling stimulated many different reactions from Kenyans. Of course, these are positive and negative reactions because of those who were for and against BBI. Others awaited for the written judgement to be availed in order to react towards the same. Just as the judges promised, they availed the soft copy of the judgement on Monday.
Hours later, honorable Peter Kaluma alleged that he had completed reading the ruling and alleged,"What a useless decision on a critical matter!" This allegations was a painful pinch to the supporters of BBI who were satisfied with the court of appeal decision.
Furious anti-BBI lawyer Easther Ang'awa has blasted Kaluma who is a member of the national assembly for his take on the decision. She alleged that she is reliably informed that he read the 1089 pages of the judgement within one hour last night and summed it up useless. She has inquired about the date Kaluma is taking the judges of the court of appeal back to law school in order to help him raise funds for fees.
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