Rarieda MP and Raila's Lawyer Otiende Amollo has come up with a very heavy argument on some of the procedures and moves made in the BBI case by the applicants which he feels do not meet the threshold of bringing down the document.
According to him while defending the document before the Court of Appeal, he has brought it out that the applicants of the BBI case led by Nelson Havi and his legal team did not come up with the legal document from Justice and Legal Affairs Committee.
And since that body is the one mandated to handle the case on matters of the Constitution before it reaches higher court levels, a clear document touching on the case should have come from them.
And failure to follow that procedure by the applicants means that they did not come up with sufficient evidence which could lead to the rejection of the BBI document at the High Court.
If any case the seven bench judges will come to consider this argument, then Nelson Havi and his team are more likely to lose in the BBI case at the Court of Appeal unless they give a defense that is going to settle some scores to that argument by SC Otiende Amollo.
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