The lawyer who was representing former prime Minister Raila Odinga at the court of appeal to challenge the decision made yesterday at the court of appeal at the Supreme Court.
On May 13, High Court judges Justices Joel Ngugi, George Odunga, Jairus Ngaah, Chacha Mwita, and Teresia Matheka listed key issues to determine the eight consolidated petitions that challenged the BBI process, top being whether President Uhuru Kenyatta could initiate a popular initiative as the Head of State. Thus the lawyers who were representing the president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga moved to court of appeal. But the decision made yesterday was against what they were expecting.
The Deputy president William Ruto has always been against the Building Bridges Initiative and after the ruling was made, he was the happiest person.
After yesterday ruling the former prime Minister Raila Odinga said it is time to move on. But the lawyer Paul Mwangi says he will challenge decision at Supreme Court.
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