Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Boss Sholei speaking to the members of the press.
Uasin Gishu County Woman Representative Gladys Boss Sholei, has claimed that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report bill is dead and cannot be revived by the Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court.
Speaking in a function in Eldoret today, Shollei said that the whole process of amending the constitution through the BBI report will not go through, because the Appeallate Court or Supreme Court may not reverse the High Court decision.
He added that even if the Court of Appeal allows it to continue, the opponents will go to the Supreme Court which might give its judgement by January next year, when it will already be impossible for referundum to take place.
However, the vocal Tangatanga MP added that in all that failure of the BBI, the person who should be blamed is the Attorney General Kihara Karuiki, because he is the one who did not provide proper legal advise to President Uhuru Kenyatta. If he could have done so the process could not have faced such legal hardles.
Here is the video as quoted by the Nation:
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