The Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional amendment bill hearing at the Supreme Court ended yesterday and the epic court told both the appellants and the opposing side that the ruling will be given on notice. This shows that it might take more time before the final verdict.
BBI ruling at the Supreme Court will play a big part in the August polls due to fight of Supremacy between Uhuru-Raila Handshake team and the deputy president William Samoei Ruto.
If the Supreme Court will rule according to the will of the handshake team then it will be hard for Ruto to win the Presidential spot as it will show clearly how the sitting president has great influence on top legal matters. This will also help Raila to gain Supremacy ahead of polls.
On the other hand, if the Court ruling goes against the handshake team then it will be a big gain for Ruto as he will have the supremacy and this will show how powerful he is in defending the Constitution and thus gain more followers ahead of August polls.
BBI ruling is not only special to the common citizens but very important to top Politicians who are fighting for Political supremacy.
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