The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill which is sponsored by President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader has been dealt a big blow after the Court of Appeal upheld the rulling of High Court of terming the bill null and void.
The seven judges bench of the Court of Appeal made the long waited rulling and sparked reactions among the political class.
Raila Odinga who was seen as the main initiator of the bill conceded defeat and call for unity among Kenyans. ' Without doubt, we shall deal issues in the coming months and we shall move on' Read part of the message released by Raila Odinga.
On his side Ruto could not hide his joy following the rulling which he has asking and praying for. Ruto in his messages urged Kenyans to join in hands to revive the economy from bottom up.
Amani National Congress Leader Musalia Mudavadi also applauded the effort made by the seven judges bench and thanked all of them for their dedication to protect the rule of law.
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