The Kenyan Court of Appeal just wrapped up four days of oral arguments on the validity of the Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional Amendment Bill (BBI), a planned mega-constitutional amendment bill that would significantly modify Kenya's Constitution. DISCLAIMER: PHOTO USED FOR NEWS ONLY The courts delivered another setback to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement party leader leader, Raila Odinga by declaring the Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional Amendment Bill (2020) unconstitutional.
Photo: Hon. Junet Mohammed. Source : facebook. On 2nd December, the deputy president William Ruto hold a meeting with several political leaders allied to him to give their stand on the Building Bridges Initiative. However, the deputy president failed to give his final stand, but still insisting that adjustments on the report would be good. This came as a surprise as many thought the deputy president would give his final position on the Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional Amendment Bill. This was because
The Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional Amendment proposal has been endorsed by almost forty Counties across the country.Kenyans were surprised when Bomet and Kericho counties which are allied to the deputy president William Ruto endorsed the proposal.