Netizens have been left in surprise after a story about recent remarks by Migori county Senator and a close ally of former Prime Minister and Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga, Senator Ochilo Ayako regarding the Ruling by the High court on the BBI bill declaring it unconstitutional surfaced online.
According to a video and details shared on the Standard Digital's Facebook page on Saturday, the ODM senator accused the courts of disliking the head of state President Uhuru Kenyatta and not the Building Bridges initiative Constitutional Amendment Bill (BBI), claiming the courts have got into Politics by revisiting their dislike to the President.
Remarks which have illicited mixed reactions from Kenyans.
Below is the Link to the video of his Remarks.
Below are comments from Netizens on the post.
"The same ODM that rushed to court severally! Very soon you will need their services. " a comment read.
"The President Revisited the courts because of Nasa Petition and nullification of Presidential Petition by then Ochillo was not senator. " a comment read.
"That is when Politicians don't think on their own, court dislikes the. How now?" A comment read.
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