Building bridges Initiative came into existence after the reunion of president Uhuru Kenyatta and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. They came up with a Committee that went across the country collecting the views of Kenyans over the constitution change. It emerged that the Committee was using taxpayers money to conduct its business.
Lawyers went to court, among the issues that were raised,was the refund of the money Used.Early may this year , the High Court agreed with the lawyers on most of the issues raised but declained to issues a declaration on the money used.
The BBI Secretariat moved to the Appellate court after the High Court stopped the whole process terming it unconstitutional null and void. The court of appeal affirmed the High Court Ruling.
The Appellate court also declained to issues a declaration on the expenditure of BBI Secretariat. Lawyer, Charles Kanjama has now filled appetition seeking over the same, he wants the BBI Proponents to be forced to return the funds used in the process.
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