On 20th August 2021, Court of Appeal nullify BBI case, after confirming it that correct protocols was not followed in its formation.
Even when it was withdrawn, BBI initiatives match with petition to Supreme Court to challenge the decision made by court of Appeal.
However, the issue has cease for a while but Members of Parliament still debating about BBI where some of those who do not support it said the only aim and purpose of BBI Bill is Sharing Position.
The second in Command William Somoe Ruto, while he was speaking today comment on it asking Members of Parliament to stop wasting Kenyans time conversing about Sharing of Position but to twist their thoughts and change the conversation on matters which benefits the citizens.
William Ruto outline some of the major theme that are suppose to be motion of the Parliament, this includes; the rules of NHIF Act which to pave way for universal help coverage, housing Act which opens Job opportunities for youths.
He finally condemn the conversation on change of constitution and creation of leaders Position where he said this conversation is not accepted by Kenyans and Courts.
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