President Uhuru Kenyatta and his political brother Honerable Raila Odinga have finally made the first move in saving building bridges initiative bill from total collapse. According to reports, Attorney general has finally filled an appeal on the rullig that was made by High Court. He has cited 13 grounds that he fells, the high court made that warrant overturning the rullig.
This will be interesting to see how the appeal court will rule in the coming week and several Kenyans have taken to social media to air their views on the appeal. Some are questioning why an Appeal in being filled on a Sunday when government officers are supposed to be off duty. A section of them are reading mischief in the whole process, claiming that, there might be ahidden ploy by the government to win the case.
Former member of Parliament Honerable Kabando has claimed that, Kenya State law office is nolonger Sheria house but epicenter of transactions for those people trying to suffocate the 2010 constitution of Kenya.
"Kenya's State Law Office is no longer Sheria House. It's epicentre of 'moneybags' transactions, a guillotine of CoK2010, trying to suffocate jurisdiction and decision of 5-bench Constitutional Court. A pro-people AG would be processing refunds of sh16billion wasted on #BBIfraud." Posted Kabando
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