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Will BBI Succeed As Main Respondents Walk Out Of Supreme Court Due To Chance Denial

Today 18 January marks the start of hearing for the Building Bridges Initiative BBI at the supreme Court. Appellants joined in together with there lawyers. Attorney General Kivutha Kibwana, President Kenyatta, ODM leader Raila Odinga, Former Attorney General Githu Muigai all fighting on one side to overturn the ruling made by the High Court and the Court of Appeal. However some respondents walked out of the court after the denial of a chance to submit their arguments.

Hon Martha Karua in her tweeter post this morning, depicted her anger that the act of supreme Court was a furore. She explained that the 74th, 75th and 76th respondents could not get a chance to present the words. “Although the respondents joined as friends to the High Court they should not be denied any chance.” Karua tweeted. The Building Bridges Initiative seeks in adding 70 new Constituencies among other amendments to the Constitution.

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