Opposed to the thoughts of many Kenyans that the Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi might have been influenced by the deputy president William Samoei Ruto to reject the building bridges initiative bill, he has uncovered the truth naming the powerful leader behind his decision.
Through his tweeter account, Havi has said that the idea to change the BBI bill was conceived in his mind by his predecessor, the former LSK president Dr. Gibson Kamau Kuria through an email on 26/05/2020, saying that he has respect for him for having guided him in driving impactful agendas in the country.
Havi has been on record to criticize various clauses of the BBI, basing his arguments on the foundation of the rule of law that forced him in association with other like-minded individuals to craft a case against pro-BBI contributing to the collection of eight cases presented in the high court, resulting to the nullification of the bill.
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