President Uhuru Kenyatta President Uhuru Kenyatta has today said that that which didn't happen will happen an indication that BBI reggae may be back as BBI appeal case at Supreme Court is set to begin in January 2022. President Uhuru Kenyatta blamed the judges calling them “a few people say somewhere" and ruled against the BBI which sought to introduce several amendments to the 2010 Constitution.
Delivering his eighth State of the Nation Address in Parliament on Tuesday, President Kenyatta said the courts went against the will of the people consequently denying the country an opportunity to realise much-needed political stability.
The Head of State insisted that due process was followed to ensure that the BBI process was a popular initiative, “but a few individuals sat back in the back room and decided otherwise.”
"The Record of Parliament attests to the fact that the people wanted constitutional change... but a few individuals sat back in the back room and decided otherwise,” said Kenyatta. According to President Kenyatta, owing to the nullification of the BBI process Kenyans suffered three major losses.
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