The BBI supporters are battling it out in the court of appeal. Senior Council, Orengo, Otiende Amollo, Lucy Kambinu have spoken. The Former Attorney General Githu Muigai was no soft spot either as he performed tremendously. Githu Muigai lectured both the judges and political camps for bringing there political disputes to courts by Marinating them.
According to Githu Muigai Law makers have turned into cartels working with politicians to make sure that they disrupt everything that the government is trying to do. Githu Muigai argued that the BBI report will not be in the court of appeal if the high court had followed the law accordingly.
"We can create judicial anarchy if courts of law make decisions In rem (against a right) on matters of public law and courts of equal jurisdiction ignore that and differ in opinion ." Prof Githu Muigai. The ongoing BBI Mess might be overturned abd and President Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga might have the last smile.
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