Atwoli who is a strong BBI proponent urged Kenyans to push their MPs to ensure that BBI sails through to have the elections in 2022. This rhetoric was dismissed by a section of leaders stating that the constitution must be followed.
"The government believes in the rule of law and this administration will not do anything unconstitutional, I am very sure that there will be elections next year. Kenyans will elect their leaders whoever it will be," posed Ruto.
This comes countable days before the Court of Appeal hosts the hearing sessions on the BBI appeal filed by the proponents after five bench judges of the High Court termed the whole process unconstitutional in May.
The proceedings will take place from the 29th of June to the 2nd July, with BBI supporters hopeful that the ruling would be overturned.
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