Rarieda member of parliament and senior counsel Otiende Amolo spent part of his Friday day on exemplary activities within the constituency. This comes amid preparations for a legal battle in the supreme court starting next week over the earlier high court ruling on the Building Bridges Initiative bill.
He started his day by addressing a joint meeting of constituency staffs of both Rarieda and Bondo at the Vic hotel in Kisumu city. The meeting was towards enhancing legality, responsibility and accountability for the constituents as revealed in his media account.He later inspected St Philips Weta school library which was facilitated by the constituency development fund and coated two million shillings before he took an opportunity to modestly improve the living house of a widow identified as Mama Caroline Ojwang who has one child. According to the lawyer,that was one of the sixty houses he has helped build.The lawyer has joined other senior colleagues including senator James Orengo and former attorney general Githu Muigai to appeal an earlier high court ruling that declared the BBI bill as unconstitutional. There was speculations that he may not participate in the petition after he was kicked out of the legal affairs committee after he questioned the legality of some clauses in the document.
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