Justice Kairu said that the president Uhuru Kenyatta is not a Wanjiku thus not allowed by the Constitution to start a constitution amendments. He also said that the amendment was mostly done by executive than the people of Kenya.
As things stand so far, the court of appeal is likely to uphold the Ruling made by High Court judges two months ago.
As the judge Francis Tuiyot finishes his submission, it looks like, the judge is agreeing with the ruling of High Court, that term BBI as null and void.
The justice Fatuma said that the collection of signatures was constitutional but the president cannot start the constitutional ammendment because he is not a Wanjiku.
The Court of Appeal is expected to give a verdict on the nullification of the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2020 dubbed the Building Bridges Initiative tomorrow, August 20 as the Deputy president William Ruto is confident that BBI is already dead. The five judges bench in high court had nullified the BBI
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