On Monday a team of 15 lawyers will appear before the High Court to appeal the ruling that was made on the popular Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) process.
And the Siaya Senator James Aggrey Bob Orengo will be among the lawyers that will represent the ODM Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga. James Orengo has revealed what will happen at High Court on Monday.
Speaking in a Church Service, Orengo stated that they are going to take the Victory. "Next week on Monday is going to be a historical moment in the Kenyan Politics. We are going for the Victory, and not going to discuss or negotiate. The popular Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) process is a saviour to this Country. And even wonder how a Government leader can celebrate search kind of an act."
Some few days ago, the High Court made a ruling on the BBI Report. And through a Panel of five Judges, led by George Ouko and Lady Justices Theresia Mwatheka stated that the Initiative was Unconstitutional and Void.
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