As days go by, reputable legal minds have continued to predict doom for an appeal case on the building bridges constitutional bill that was halted by the High Court last week on grounds of failure to meet constitutional thresholds.
Renowned lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has once again voiced his opinion in reference to the law. His current negative message on BBI was informed by clear and candid submissions that were earlier on made by law society of Kenya President Nelson Havi in a zoom meeting and other legal practitioners.
The zoom meeting dubbed "The rise of the basic structure doctrine in East Africa" discussed an array of legal issues BBI being one of them.
Nassir admitted that Havi performed exemplary and when he read the high court judgement once again, he came to conclude that the appeal will have a success margin of not more than 1%.
Ahmednasir's worrying revelations is a blow to the initiatives proponents at this time when controversy continues to surround the constitutional bill after the attorney general withdrew a petition he had filed at the High Court yesterday.
Kihara's decision to renounce the petition that he filed last week Friday to stay orders at the High Court seeking to freeze the ruling caused a lot of confusion and anxiety.
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