All eyes on Chief Justice Martha Koome sitting at the Supreme Court of Kenya as the Constitution Implementation and Oversight Committee Chair Jeremiah Koni reveal what they expect on matters of the Building Bridges Initiative.
Speaking on an interview with TV 47, CIOC Chairman Jeremiah Kioni has informed that what they expect to see on the out cole if the BBI appeal in the Supre Court should be contrary to the judgment made in the High Court and the Court of Appeal expanding that he ruling should be moderate.
Kioni has said that the Supreme Court is made of Judges who have studied and internalized the law saying that in whatever ruling they give they will try very hard to be considerate and legally offer their judgment.
"I will be very astonished if the Supreme Court will agree with the BBI judgment made by the Court of Appeal and the High Court," Constitution Implementation and Oversight Committee Chair Jeremiah Kioni has said.
The remarks from Kioni follow statements made by Kieni MP Kanini Kega who had said that they still have hopes that the BBI will be revived alleging that it is on a half time.
"We know for sure that BBI had very nice things but unfortunately the courts did not see the good things that were there, we are hoping that the hope of the millions of Kenyans will realize,” he said, adding that "reggae was on half time."
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