The Attoney General had file an application to the court of appeal challenging the BBI judgement that was made by a five judges bench.
The AG felt that the High court had not given a satisfactory judgment of the case that it ruled on which sort to challenge the legitimacy of the BBI report Initiated by Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.
According to Citizen news, the Attoney General has withdrawn the application seeking stay orders from the court on the judgement against BBI. Court of appeal certified stay application as an urgent.
There was a plan B by Uhuru and Raila To ensure the BBI process was not stopped and proceeded as earlier planned and eventually incorporated in the constitution of Kenya.
Uhuru and Raila had plans to use The Parliament to push for BBI and make it a law incase the court of appeal stopped it again.
If this happened then it can be a big win to Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga as they will have achieved their goal of promoting and ensuring the BBI was made a law before the 2022 general elections.
This can be a blow to William Ruto who was against the BBI and even celebrated the moment the High court nullified it.
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