Deputy President William Ruto allied lawyers have vowed to take President Uhuru and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and allies to court in blocking their attempt to change the Constitution on the political parties as Building Bridges Initiative [BBI] legal war takes a new twist.
Allies of DP William Ruto and who has been protesting against the BBI terming it unconstitutional have informed that President Uhuru and his handshake partner Raila Odinga should be prepared for a stiff legal battle promising that they will be performing the final rites on the death of BBI at the Supreme Court.
"On January 18th, 19th, and 20th, we will perform the final rites on BBI at the Supreme Court," Senator Kithure Kindiki One of the Lawyers allied to DP Ruto has said.
Lawyer Kindiki has said that even after the completion of the BBI case, they will not rest easy disclosing that they will still be moving to court to battle out it with Uhuru and Raila team terming the Political Parties Amendment Bill 2021 an illegal contentious move.
"Thereafter, we will turn on this ill-advised Political Parties (Amendment) Bill 2021; in the High Court and, if need be, in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court,” added Kithure Kindiki.
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