P.L.O Lumumba is an eloquent Kenyan lawyer who served as a Director of Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission from September 2010 to August 2011. He saluted the court of appeal judges for their ruling on Building Bridges Initiative, popularly known as BBI. The Lawyer quoted the following. "I salute the majority in the Kenyan Court of Appeal for affirming without equivocation that when egotism and megalomania mount a Trojan horse and masquerade as patriotism they will be handed a jurisprudential coup de grace"
Renowned lawyer and socio-political commentator Professor Peter Loch Otieno gestures while making a speech at a past function. [Source Courtesy] The renowned lawyer and socio-political commentator Professor Peter Loch Otieno has weighed in on the Court of Appeal's dismantling of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Eloquent constitutional lawyer Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba whose mastery of the queen's language has always left his admirers biting their lips in awe and lust has yet again a risen to the occasion with bombastic legal terminologies as he reacted to the BBI appeal that is by all reasons destined to failure.
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PLO Lumumba has send a message to the court of appeal.The message contains some strong English terms that most people have claimed not to understand.This is not the first time the professor is using words that are not common to many people.But I have done my research and tried to replace the words with simpler terms that can be understood easily.
On Friday, the Kenyan Court of Appeal upheld a ruling by the Kenyan High Court declaring the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) unconstitutional, null, and void. The seven-judge panel decision elicited mixed reactions from political leaders, who took to social media to express their approval and disappointment.
The Kenyan Court of Appeal ruled that minors in a couple's custody center will continue to be tried by the British courts. This is after Judges Jamila Mohammed, Fatuma Sichale and Patrick Kiage received the decision of the Family Chamber of the High Court of the United Kingdom on May 11, 2017.