President Uhuru Kenyatta and his political brother honorable Raila Odinga were left in dilemma after the building bridges initiative bill was nullified by High Court. The two dual leaders had a common dream, they had a wish to unite Kenyans irrespective of their tribes.
Last week Thursday, the five bench Judges put BBI on hold. According to them, the process used by the BBI proponents was wrong and unconstitutional.
Raila's Aide has emerged with good news, he has alleged that the building bridges initiative bill is still on course. According to him, the top lawyers such as Senator Orengo, member of parliament honorable Otiende Amollo, and former attorney general Muigai Githu will be among the heavyweights which will be leading the building bridges initiative bill Appeal.
Honorable Chepkut William on his official tweeter account he said "Top lawyers, Senator Orengo, MP Otiende Amolo and ex-AG Githu Muigai among the legal heavyweights leading BBI appeal. BBI is on course"
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