Building Bridges Initiative set to come back with a big landing following the green signals from the appellate court.

With no doubt, the stake of reggae dance coming back is very high. The appellants in the court of appeal have argued their case beyond the expectations of Kenyans who were somehow convinced that the senior court made ruling without bias.

When arguing the case on BBI, former attorney general Githu Muigai, told the court of appeal judges that if Kenyans cannot amend their constitution, they should then overthrow it. In his submission, Githu Muigai, also said that the High Court judgement cannot be allowed to stand as it violates many fundamental constitution tenets and the judgement can be a recipe of chaos if allowed to stand.

On the other hand, Otiende Omollo told the court that the promoters of BBI were Junet Mohammed and Dennis Waweru and anyone including the president is allowed by the law to support the initiative.

Otiende Omollo also argued that although the President of the Republic of Kenya did not initiate the process of amending the constitution, he can also initiate a process of amending the constitution because he is still a citizen of the republic of Kenya. On his argument, Otiende Omollo also said that the 2010 constitution was initiated by the then President, Mwai Kibaki and Former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga.

The last one to submit was Mohammed Nyaoga who argued that as long as a President is in power, he has absolute immunity. Nyaoga also said that if anyone is aggrieved by the president’s actions, the best action for them to take would be invoking article 145 on impeachment.

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