According to the citizen digital news,the Building Bridges initiative which was thrawn away by the High Court of Kenya gets revived and enters second day of hearing on supreme court.
It was the interest of the Orange democratic movement judges to revive the initiative arguing that it is for the betterment of every citizen's living under new manifestos installed in the initiative.Suprem court judges are waiting to listen for the appeal and make final directives regarding the appeal.
Regarding this idea kenyans are in great awe to know the final supreme court recommendations about it since it concerns their livelihood if Raila takes up the government in the coming elections.The Deputy head of state together with his allies are the earliest and greatest opponents of the initiative and and this time round kenyans waits to see if the initiative will succeed under this strong opposition headed by the Dp.
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