ProfessorTom Ojienda who is the BBI senior counsel has explained about the long pause of the 'reggae squad' BBI saying that the reason for the pause is for them to re-invent the bill and bring it back stronger.
Speaking with the public on Citizen Tv today Tom ojienda said that BBI had massive plans for kenyans and as said earlier yesterday, he doesnt support the point that bulding bridges initiatives is unconstitutional.
Tom ojienda responding to nick mutuma on his say about BBI been unconstitutional said that the duo thinks that BBI is dead because it cannot be completed during this time but only after elections .
Stating further about the ammendment of the bill. Ojienda said that there is no need of the four steps to initiate the BBI bill and as seen on petition no.11 and 13 of the supreme court the bill is not about the substance but the content. https://www.facebook.com/261061365404/posts/10166629809865405/?app=fbl
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