Orange Democratic party leader Honorable Raila Odinga and his brother president Kenyatta have been on record in past events pleading with Kenyans to support their unity effort through building bridges initiative. The duo have been on receiving end from those allied to deputy president William Ruto who are proposing the revival of economy instead of focusing on referendum.
Well, the duo have survived all the drama from opposition and eventually rallied county assemblies to back the report. In good gesture, the assemblies passed the bill overwhelmingly. Over forty counties backed the bill giving it ago head to proceed to the national assembly for further discussion and eventually referendum.
Well, today a court has dealt the duo a blow by declaring that Tana River county assembly did not follow all the procedure required in passing the bill hence declaring the procedure illegal. This means that the county might be the Genesis of court battles that might see more court declarations that might derail building bridges initiative referendum.
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