The appeal of the Building Bridges Initiative case has kicked off today. It will be more of a marathon hearing as the submissions will be delivered one after another in a limited period of time. Afterwards, the judges of the second highest court of the land will make a landmark ruling on this very subject.
Advocates representing the interested parties have been working extra hard in order to gather more information for the sake of their defense. One of the parties is that of the BBI Secretariat which is represented by a very strong legal team led by Senior Counsel James Orengo.
He is undoubtedly one of the most experienced lawyers in the country. Experience is not only his thing but also a wide depth of knowledge. When he was making his submissions he was not only quoting the Constitution but also some historical works and the religious scriptures. One of the examples that he gave was about the Lady Jezebel who is mentioned in the Bible.￼
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