President Uhuru Kenyatta has filed a notice of appeal against the High Court’s Building Bridges Initiative judgment that declared the process unconstitutional, null and void.
Through his lawyer Waweru Gatonye, Uhuru raised several reasons why he intends to appeal the verdict.
The verdict found him on the wrong on multiple grounds.
In the notice, Uhuru wants to know why he can be sued in his personal capacity and not as the president of the republic.
The head of state said he was not served despite him being a respondent in the BBI case.
Uhuru is not satisfied with the declaration of contravening the law by initiating a process to amend the 2010 Constitution.
President Uhuru is now fighting the reason given that he can be sued while still serving in office.
This, if he does anything contrary to the constitution.
He is now challenging the declaration by the judges that he only initiated an amendment to the constitution through the attorney general or parliamentary initiative.
He says the BBI steering committee was not an illegal entity as unanimously stated by the five-judge bench.