Highly rated lawyers James Orengo and his younger colleague Otiende Amollo could be crucial in masterminding the Building Bridges Iniative (BBI) comeback in the court of appeal this week.
The two lawyers are the senior counsels expected to put up a strong case in the court of appeal to convince the judges to overturn the high court ruling that had previously termed the BBI bill as null and void.
All Orengo and Otiende need to do is convince the judges that the country really needs the BBI bill for instance, to help in curbing elections violence, sharing of political positions to make all Kenyans feel equal and sharing of resources equally to make all Kenyans feel important regardless of where they live in the country.
If the handshake lawyers (James Orengo and Otiende Amollo) work hard to convince the judges why the country badly needs the BBI bill to pass, then it would be a major win for President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga because they are the real promoters of the BBI bill from the beginning.
Deputy President William Ruto on the other side would be the loser in the BBI win having been against the bill after the handshake terming it as unnecessary to the country.
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