The powerful and brilliant mind honorable Otiende Amollo has given a powerful message that might change the judges decision on BBI initiative. Otiende added that the president Uhuru Kenyatta has the mandate to initiate the BBI process as he is a normal Kenyan and all citizens has a right to initiate a popular process.
While defending the BBI process, Otiende added that the president of Kenya will not decide the fate of the BBI process as he indicated that it is the people of Kenya who will decide on the initiative.
He further added that the move by the high court to stop the process was not right since the president had no right to decide in the fate of the initiative but he only gave an option to the Kenyan people to vote in the referendum to decide whether the initiative is good for them or not.
Otiende further added that the county assemblies passed the initiative hilariously and they do represent the phase of the Kenyans. He stated that it was not right to stop the initiative since most of the Kenyans signed for the process to move on.
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