Kenyans have been left Confused after the Attorney General Paul Kihara withdrew his earlier notice of appeal at the High Court over the court's ruling on Thursday 13th of May 2021. Kihara has applied for a stay order at the High on Sunday as they prepare for the appeal.
The stay order seeks the court to halts the implementation of it's it's judgement. According to the Nation, the attorney general Withdrew this application so that he could file file a petition at the Court of Appeal.
"Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki withdraws application for stay of High Court judgment, to file matter at Court of Appeal." Nation. The High Court declared the building bridges initiative document null and void because the process didn't follow the Kenyan Constitution.
The building bridges initiative steering Committee were left frustrated with the court ruling and vowed to appeal. Kenyans who supports the building bridges initiative have Criticized the Attorney general over his move citing it as a waste if time because he could have filled the appeal earlier at the Court of Appeal.
The Orange Democratic Party leader Raila Odinga also expressed his disappointment in Court ruling but called on Kenyans to respect it. What's your take on this, share your view and follow for more updates.
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