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The Standard

The publication speaks about how last week court ruling has shaken President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto.

According to the publication, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga must deal with the political setback of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill ruling.

On the other hand,DP Ruto who did not make a stand on the 2020 Constitution Amendment Bill must accept that some of his trusted allies voted in favour of the Bill.

However,as DP Ruto celebrates that God in heaved who loves kenyans have stopped the reggae, Raila vows to move to court of appeal to challenge the high court ruling.The Sunday Nation

The publication speaks about the plot by president Uhuru Kenyatta and RailaOdinga to bring back BBI despite court rulling.

After high court declared the BBI Proces null and void,the handshake partners have vowed to move to court of appeal on Monday to challenge the high court ruling.

Raila has said that the struggle must continue despite the high court ruling.The Taifa Leo

The publication exposes the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill orphans.

According to the publication, most BBI Bill supporters had expected to benefit from the extended government in one way or the other. Unfortunately, high court ruling that BBI Bill is homeless has left them without a father(BBI) in which they expected to benefit from.

Some of the BBI orphans according to the publication include peter Kenneth,Gideon Moi,Francis Atwoli, Hassan Joho,Junet Mohmed,kalonzo Musyka,Moses Wetangula, Mudavadi,David Mrathe Among Others.

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