Kenya's Law Society of Kenya (LSK) boss Eric Theuri has accused the head of state honourable President William Samoei Ruto for allegedly trying to introduce the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) which he himself rejected before he was elected as the commander in chief.
According to the LSK President, despite the fact that the highest court in the land of Kenya quashed the initiative, President Ruto with his team are on a mission to mutilate the current constitution so that it can align with the proposals that were in the BBI report and he is doing so "even before the ink dries on the oath he recently took."
In regards to that, Mr Theuri urged all Kenyans across the country to strongly resist and condemn the move because that is not what he had promised to do before and after claiming the country's top seat.
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