On 20th August this year,the Court of Appeal upheld High Court ruling which declared BBI process null,void and unconstitutional.Even though Attorney General Kihara Kariuki has filed a petition in Supreme Court, ODM said that it won't participate in the appeal.
And now according to the reports, President Uhuru Kenyatta revisited how the Building Bridges Initiative could have made Kenyans to reap big, revealing that the BBI document provisions could be far from over.
The President is said to have said cryptically in his address that the constitutional moment should be embraced and that something which did not happen in BBI will eventually happen.
"The question that arises is what we should do with that constitutional moment.If we do not embrace it,will it return to punish us?" President asked.
"And if we embrace it,who could be the winners and losers of this moment,that is the question we should ask ourselves today," the President added.
Earlier on,the President had blamed the courts for stopping BBI,which stands out to be the solution that Kenyans need, especially ahead of the 2022 general elections.
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