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Uhuru Plans To Move to Supreme Court as Details Emerge Why The BBI Secretariat Will Not Be Disbanded

Fresh details have emerged about President Uhuru Kenyatta's plans to move to the Supreme Court with the BBI Secretariat Co-Chair revealing why they will not disband the secretariat.

The office of the President Solicitor General Ken Ogeto has informed that they will be moving to the Supreme Court to have the higher court answer on some of the contentious issues that arose from the High Court and the Court of Appeal touching President Uhuru in the BBI issue.

"I think the political process will continue with the politicians dealing with the politics We are of the strong view that we should go to the Supreme Court," Solicitor General Ken Ogeto has said.

The Solicitor General has informed that among some issues they want the Supreme Court to vividly address are the Basic Structure doctrine, the interpretation of the Popular Initiative and the role of the President and the Executive, and the question about the presidential immunity.

It has also been established that the BBI secretariat will no be disbanded with Chair Dennis Waweru and co-chair Junet Mohammed informing of their task ahead.

According to Junet Mohammed, he has said that "It's too early to talk about what happens to the BBI National Secretariat. We are getting the written judgments on Monday. We will study the Judgment and make an informed decision on which way to go," Junet Mohammed has said.

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