Few days after High Court ruled against the Building Bridges Initiative terming it unlawful, political leaders across the political divide are still reacting to the judgement and threats by the BBI proponents to appeal the High Court ruling.
Leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto's political wing have been pointing fingers to the promoters for hitting on the five judges who delivered the ruling.
According to a video shared by the Nation, Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi who is among leaders affiliated to the Tanga Tanga faction of the Jubilee party claimed that the President and the ODM leader Raila Odinga have an 'hidden agenda' to change the constitution, which is for their own good and not for the sake of Kenyans.
"They failed to observe the Constitution, they also do not follow court orders, mtapeli ni wengi hii Kenya, Wakenya wanaunga High Court mkono (con men are several in Kenya, citizens are supporting High Court). The others are State House crooks, let those who are appealing to it faster, there is no difference between the five judges and those they will meet at the Court of Appeal, the same ruling will be delivered," said Sudi.
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