Few days ago, Kenyans had been left baffled by High Court's decision to declare BBI process as unconstitutional.
Today, the bbi Judgement took a new twist after Kenya's Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki, in his notice of appeal said that he was dissatisfied with the High Court's decision that nullified the BBI.
Kabando wa Kabando, has come out clear to express his disappointment with the attorney general's decision to appeal the case.
He claimed that, Kenya's State Law Office was no longer a Sheria House but an epicentre of 'moneybags' transactions and a guillotine of Constitution of Kenya of 2010.
He added that, the move by the AG was to try and suffocate the jurisdiction and decision of 5-bench Constitutional Court.
The Attorney General of Republic of Kenya was further accused of violating Article 156(6) of the constitution which stated that, "Attorney-General shall promote, protect and uphold the rule of law and defend the public interest."
Because of this reason, the former Mukurweini mp claimed that, Paul Kihara Kariuki should resign in public interest.
He also added that, it was in order for Paul Kihara to start processing the refunds of sh16billion wasted on BBI instead of appealing the case.
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