President Uhuru Kenyatta and Honourable Raila Odinga are determined to ensure they win the BBI appeal. Their team is composing of powerful legal team. The team is led by Senator James Orengo and Otiende Amollo. According to Otiende, BBI was promoted by Dennis Waweru and Honourable Junet Mohammed.
However, many leaders who are allied to Tangatanga members are astonished to hear that BBI bill was initiated by other people and not the two principals as purported to be. This made Senator Murkomen to tweet sarcastically by saying that Amollo's wisdom will one day 'kill' him.
Lawyer Ahmednasir who is also allied to DP Ruto told his colleagues in Tangatanga camp to stop ridiculing pro-handshake members especially lawyers who are defending the bill in the Court of Appeal. "...we know that laws are not are not on their side...they are doing their best...let us not ridicule them because they deserve our sympathy..." Ahmednasir wrote in his Twitter account
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