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`Nobody Can Stop Reggae' - BBI Supporters Celebrate After High Court Confirms Receipt of Notice of Appeal

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister, Raila Odinga, have been trying to make Kenyans understand why constitution needs to be changed. The two are at the frontline telling Kenyans that BBI is needed as quick as possible. The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) will solve so many problems such as election process according to them. Despite the challenges Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenya have been matching on and believes that nothing can stop them.

According to the latest reports the anti BBI group are celebrating the High Court's decision of ruling against the BBI Bill. The anti BBI group enjoyed the Court's decision as they believe that the Bill is unconstitutional. They believe that it's only President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Amollo Odinga who will benefit from the BBI Bill and not the nation. It is true to say that the group were very afraid of referendum and that's why the High Court ruling really favoured them.

The latest reports clearly indicates that Paul Mwangi has done something that sounds like a defeat to anti BBI group. The step that was taken shows that the BBI team aren't ready to give up anytime soon and they will fight on. They will be coming back stronger than before and are ready to sweep aside anyone who comes their way.

Paul Mwangi latest post indicates that the High Court Registrar has officially confirmed the receipt of the BBI Notice of Appeal. He confirmed this through his official Twitter account by providing the evidence. The appeal simply means that BBI will be back stronger very soon and the anti BBI group should prepare themselves for another tough fight. This time around they will end up crying instead of laughing.


Paul Mwangi tweeted this to confirm that the High Court Registrar has officially confirmed the receipt of the Building Bridges Initiative Notice of Appeal. The BBI isn't dead, it's coming back stronger.

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