Prominent Nairobi City business lady Agnes Kagure has told BBI supporters not worry following the shocking judgement that declared the process null and void saying something good was cooking.
She said many shocked BBI supporters lost their appetite and were thrown in a state of worry after reggae was temporarily stopped.
“Many lost their appetites after the BBI reggae was temporarily stopped but worry no more, something sweet is cooking,” she said.
Kagure said a sweet victory for BBI was in the offing shortly after the BBI promoters launched a big push to save the process with the with the Attorney General Justice Paul Kihara filing a notice of appeal.
It also emerged that top lawyers and constitutional experts have identified many errors that they will be relying on when they argue their case to set aside the judgement and the orders issued.
On Thursday, five judges sent shock waves across the country after they declared the BBI process null and void when it was all systems go towards the referendum after the BBI Bill was endorsed by more than two thirds of the National Assembly and the Senate.
Earlier, 44 county assemblies had endorsed the Bill paving way for the referendum where Kenyans were expected to vote yes or no for the proposed constitutional changes.
The judgement has continued to elicit anger among the supporters of BBI with the County Assembly Caucus issuing a hard hitting statement dismissing the judgement as failing to take into account Kenya’s political reality.
The MCAs said the judgement was an affront to the devolution was an a recipe for chaos for ignoring the reasons why BBI came into existence and what it planned to cure.