Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has lambasted senior BBI advocate and Rarieda Member of Parliament Otiende Amollo for claiming that the Head of State His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta is not the promoter of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Taking to her Twitter account this Wednesday morning, the law-maker claimed that the advocate was taking Kenyans for fools and that whatever he submitted was false.
"SC Otiende Amollo submits that the president is not the promoter of BBI. And he says this without blinking an eye, and he expects us to believe him," Omanga wrote.
Omanga who is an antagonist of the bill has been slamming the move by the president and his handshake partner Raila Odinga of attempting to amend the current constitution claiming it is not a priority.
All eyes are currently set on Amollo and his counterpart James Orengo who are among the highly-rated lawyers within the country as they try to salvage the constitution amendment bill that was declared illegal and unconstitutional by a panel of five judges a few months ago.
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