Two petitioners in the Building Bridges Initiative case have opposed the Attorney General after mentioning the termination of this case. The Attorney General mentioned this in a letter that was presented to the Deputy Registrar.
The two petitioners asked the court to discuss the issue of costs of the Building Bridges Initiative report. This is because that the time they used to prepare responses had been withdrawn.
Through lawyer Evans Ogada , the two have been pressurizing the Building Bridges Initiative case to be withdrawn. The two petitioners, Isaac Ogola and Justus Juma, have said that the clients believe that in granting such withdrawal, the court ought to pronounce itself on the issue of costs.
The judge has said that the two have been giving pressure to the Attorney General for him to withdraw this case. Ogada says that the applications cannot be withdrawn without leave from the court. Ogada has also requested the court to mention this matter on Friday before the five bench of judges for directions. Get more updated news here.
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