The president of the Court of Appeal, Daniel Musinga, has clarified that their judgement needs no rectification. Justice Musinga said there was no error or influence on how the judges voted for or against the proposed BBI referendum.
In clarity, BBI was a constitutional amendment Bill that aimed at making 74 changes to the constitution.
Lawyer Morara Omoke, however, claimed that the reports of the judges contradicted with the final disposition from the court of appeal touching on the BBI issue.
It is reported that justices Patrick Kiage Roselyne Nambuye and Hannah Okwengu upheld the High Court’s decision, however, their decision couldn't be embraced because they were the minority.
Ruto political wing has received the news with jubilation, however, Mr Omoke being contended that there were errors in the court of appeal judgment might be coaxed to turn to the Supreme Court in challenging the judgment from the appellate court.
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