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"I will die but the manner of my death is not known. Perhaps I will be assassinated" Nelson Havi say

The ongoing proceedings of the building bridges initiative appeal in the supreme court have invited citizens from all quarters of the country under one roof. The promoters of the building bridges initiative claim that they acted within the limits of the constitution and the bill should not be declared unconstitutional.

The former President of the Law society of Kenya Nelson Havi was against the bill which he claims was politically motivated. He says that the supreme court should uphold the decisions of the both the high court and the court of appeal.

He was keen to note that his position in the view of the bill might lead to his death where he can only be assassinated and not murdered. The bill is believed to have been initiated by the president of Kenya who has all possible security apparatus at his comfort. Havi was keen to note that the bill should not be upheld as it is economically threatening Kenyans.

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