Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta were expecting to have a referendum before August 2021. However according to the court of appeal the ruling on BBI will be done in August 2021 completely shattering the dreams of any referendum before 2022.
The deputy president William Ruto has said severally that he would want the referendum to be conducted together with the general election. This has left the hustlers camp in celebrations following the ruling of the High Court of Kenya who have affirmed that they will do their ruling on BBI appeal on 20th of August.
According to the court of appeal the ruling on BBI appeal ruling will be delivered on 20th of August. This was a big blow to Uhuru, Raila camp who expected to have the referendum before August clearly a devastating blow.
BBI referendum was therefore done a big blow following the Court of Appeal ruling shattering the time lines of BBI referendum. This therefore means Uhuru, Raila Will have to go as per DP Ruto assertions of having referendum together with the next general election.
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