Lawyer and president of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has castigated members of the August House for voting for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) on the floors of the house saying they have no moral or legal capability to offer solutions on leadership problems facing the country.
Nelson Havi who challenged the BBI constitutional amendment process, once stormed the National Assembly seeking to occupy the building saying that current legislators were in the office wrongly persuant to the failure of passing the two-thirds gender rule.
He went on to state that those who passed the BBI bill have jeopardize accountability and transparency that has been made progressively toward achieving quality leadership in the country for a period of time
"All Parliamentarians who voted for the BBI Bill have no moral or legal authority to offer solutions on inclusive leadership in Kenya. Their attempts to claw back on gains made towards transparency and accountability in leadership disqualifies them from elective office", he said through his Twitter handle.
Nelson Havi has been among the legal minds who successfully challenged the BBI bill in the High Court of Appeal as well as in the Court of Appeal. A win that would later bring celebrations among anti-BBI proponents with fierce criticism against the person of President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
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