Kenya’s Supreme Court is the country’s highest court. It is the ultimate step in deciding a matter and defining and clarifying legal gray areas.
The Supreme Court has spoken out frequently on a variety of contentious and national-level issues.
The court’s decision to annul the 2017 presidential elections and mandate a new election is a good example of how it operates.
The much-touted constructing bridges effort is in critical condition after judges rejected a plea by the respondents.
By revising some areas of the law, they expected the BBI to foster unity and better governance.
It, however, ended up tampering with the constitution’s essential foundation.
The Court of Appeal upheld the High Court judgement, declaring the BBI unlawful, null, and void on October 20th of this year.
A five-judge panel of the Court of Appeal, chaired by President Daniel Musinga, handed down the decision.
And now, the Kenyan Supreme Court has made a crucial announcement regarding Attorney General Kihara Kariuki’s BBI appeals.
The court stated that they will hold physical sessions, with the goal of mentioning and issuing directives on the hearing of BBI appeals.
It further stated that the entire procedure would begin at 9 a.m. tomorrow.
Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki and others brought the petition to the supreme court.
This is after expressing dissatisfaction with the High Court and Court of Appeal verdicts.
It will be interesting to see if the Supreme Court finds reasons to hear the appeals and renders a final decision on the report.
Raila Odinga has assured his followers that reggae has merely gone on hiatus and would return stronger.
BBI was part of President Uhuru’s legacy, but political machinations hijacked the process