After the five high court judges from the high court ruled out the Building Bridges Initiative report as unconstitutional and President's initiative to fulfil the hand shake promise, the report fore runners have now revealed the top lawyers in the country who will be representing them in the court of appeal level as they try to fight back for the report.
The ruling came merely days to the proposed referendum, as the report had already passed all the respective levels that is the county assembly and parliaments. Lawmakers allied to the head of state unanimously endorsed the report but those others allied to the deputy president strongly opposed.
After the ruling, DP Ruto's camp was however the happiest one in the whole country such that they went into celebrations in different social media pages as those others in the other side were strongly disappointed.
Now that the report has been appealed, here are however the names of lawyers who are now fighting to disappoint the second in command as they seek revenge to what happened.
4. James Orengo
5. Otiende Amollo
6. Paul Mwangi
7. Jackson Awele
8. Anold Odinga
9. Ben Shihanya
10. Eric Gumbo
11. GitHub Muigai
12. Paul Nyamondi
13. Kamau Karori
14. Ken Nyaundi
15. George Oraro
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