Earlier during the launch of the Building bridges initiative in the bomas of Kenya,the deputy president made tough submissions regarding the building bridges initiative proposals that made him to be heckled and rejected in the bomas of Kenya.
However Justice musunga upheld some of the submissions that William ruto mentioned while defending The building bridges initiative document in the Bomas in a meeting that was attended by BBi proponents.
William ruto had made the following requests;
1. That is the introduction of the office of ombudsman is interference with the Independence of the judiciary and therefore posing a challenge on the respect of independent institutions.
2. That the introduction of the presidency and the leader of opposition who will be members in the parliament poses a challenge in the principle of separation of powers and that's interfering with the constitution.
These judgements were made by Justice Musinga was making while making his final judgements likening the submissions that William ruto made in the bomas of Kenya.
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