The latest move by the Attorney General has caused mixed reactions among leaders, lawyers and Kenyans in general holding divergent views on the Building Bridges Initiative.
On Tuesday, Paul Kihara withdrew his application seeking to have High Court's Decision on BBI stayed until the petition he filed in the court of appeal is determined. This comes even as his application had been certified by the 5-judge bench at the court of appeal.
Kenya's Attorney General's Move has been predicted to cause rescheduling of plans by the court.
Reacting to the move, Ahmednassir Abdullahi held that Paul Kihara might have made a big mistake on his Tuesday's move concerning the future of BBI.
"AG Kihara Kariuki withdraws application for stay of #BBI judgment by Constitutional Court; opts for Appeal Court route." said the note on Capita New's twitter page.
Reacting to this tweet, Senior Counsel responded with a two word message— "ELEMENTARY Mistake!"
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