Building Extensions Drive claim is presently continuous in the high court of Kenya, the most noteworthy court in the land, many are having various assumptions and for the advocates of the drive that was the product of the Handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, they are trusting that the high court will reactivate the bid to change the constitution nonetheless, for the adversaries, they are trusting that the bill will always be covered.
Political expert Mutahi Ngunyi, a nearby partner of President Uhuru Kenyatta and a once incredible ally of the bill, appears to have abandoned the bill. As the discussion on the bill proceeds with the respondents giving their entries, Ngunyi has said something regarding the matter, as per him, the drive has effectively been neglected and the nation has continued on, as indicated by him, there is no need for increased discussion on the matter according to now.
"For what reason does this #BBIAppeal Seem like a secondary school Discussion CLUB - a Conflict of WORDS, shrewdness and Bombed Verse? The nation has MOVED on!!!" He posted on his Twitter handle.
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