“Watoto wa Maumau tuko chonjo”- Ndindi Nyoro Says As BBI Is Thrown Out.

As the BBI appeal is thrown out and Court of Appeal upholds decision and declares the process as Unconstitutional, Kiharu MP has come out celebrating the courts judgment.

The judges poked holes into the whole BBI process, accusing its proponents of failing to follow the right procedure.

Justices Daniel Musinga, Roselyn Nambuye, Hannah Okwengu, Patrick Kiage, Gatembu Kairu, Fatuma Sichale and Francis Tuiyott found that the process undermined the doctrine of the basic structure of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

Taking to social media, Nyoro said that the courts decision was more of supporting the common citizen adding that the current regime would have sent poor Kenyans into modern day slavery.

We have to be grateful that our leaders are constantly reminded that our Country is not a personal property or a Limited commitment company owned by a few landlords and Oligarchs.

“Our judiciary has come of age. Now the perpetrators need to pay back the funds they misappropriated. The entire thing was to entrench the powerful and wealthy colonial privileged inheritors into accumulating more power that ends up making them more wealthy to he detriment of the majority,” Nyoro stated.

“Congratulations to the Institutions President Kibaki built. Congratulations to our judiciary. Given a chance, the current leadership would make all of us slaves in their expansive Mashambas.”

“Lakini watoto wa Maumau tuko chonjo and we will never allow these characters to dominate us. I hope those who never concede outcomes that rule against them will for the first time respect the judgement,” he divulged.

The BBBI proponents led by ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga has issued a statement saying that they will not go to the Supreme Court but stated that the courts ruling will not be the end of the conversation.

“It is likely that today’s court of appeal ruling is not the end of the conversation and the parties involved will each make their own decisions on how to proceed from the decision that has been delivered today. But we feel that we have to move on,” Raila said.