Barley few weeks after the Court of Appeal declared that the decision by the High Court Judges to nullify the Building Bridges Initiative bill process was unconstitutional a move which was not received we'll by the proponents of the report.
Now the proponents led by the Attorney General have now taken the battle to save the report to Supreme Court of Kenya in an attempt to overturn the ruling by the court of appeal which saw the BBI ruling by the High Court upheld.
According to the report shared on social media senator Kithure Kindiki has now told off the the proponents of the report that they are ready to battle with them in the court again as the battle takes a new turn.
"The BBI folks have appealed, asks for humiliation of their baby and a declaration by the Supreme Court that BBI is not dead .We are ready for them .Null&Void." Senator Kithure Kindiki wrote.
Meanwhile, do you think that the Building Bridges Initiative bill will sail through the Supreme Court, share your thoughts?
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