Building Bridges Initiative appeal is currently ongoing in the supreme court of Kenya, the highest court in the land, many are having different expectations and for the proponents of the initiative that was the fruit of the Handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, they are hoping that the supreme court will reactivate the bid to change the constitution however, for the opponents, they are hoping that the bill will forever be buried.
As the debate on the bill continues with the respondents giving their submissions, Ngunyi has weighed in on the matter, according to him, the initiative has already been forgotten and the country has moved on, according to him, there is no need of intensified debate on the matter as per now.
"Why does this #BBIAppeal SOUND like a high school DEBATE CLUB - a War of WORDS, cleverness and FAILED Poetry? The country has MOVED on!!!" He posted on his Twitter handle.
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