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Constitution at 11: A cry for Kenya
Whenever we want to change our constitution, we must do so with utmost caution. Any constitution must be changed occasionally to accommodate change.
By Kibe Mungai 2 years ago
Constitution at 11: A cry for Kenya
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Constitutional implications of Uhuru-Ruto fallout
If unchecked, Kenya states at becoming a tyranny like Uganda. Ruto wielded power as co-president in first term but now want to rule alone for 10 years
By Kibe Mungai 2 years ago
Constitutional implications of Uhuru-Ruto fallout
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Significance of Ruto's victory in Kiambaa and its impact on the 2022 political transition
If Ruto becomes president on the back of the Hustler Nation this would portend the permanent exit of Kalonzo and Raila from national politics.
By Kibe Mungai 2 years ago
Significance of Ruto's victory in Kiambaa and its impact on the 2022 political transition
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Why Uhuru must not let Ruto's UDA win Kiambaa poll
Politics is elite-driven, a UDA victory would mean the Gikuyu elite, and not Uhuru, has lost control of its people.
By Kibe Mungai 3 years ago
Why Uhuru must not let Ruto's UDA win Kiambaa poll
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Appeal or not Uhuru, Raila must now change course
In summary, there are five procedural and three substantive shortcomings pointed out in the landmark judgement.
By Kibe Mungai 3 years ago
Appeal or not Uhuru, Raila must now change course
Border row: ICJ has given Kenya a raw deal all along
Kenya’s belated withdrawal from proceedings before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the maritime boundary dispute with Somalia...
By Kibe Mungai 3 years ago
Border row: ICJ has given Kenya a raw deal all along
Obeying CJ call will turn us into a laughing stock
There are three things the president must consider since he has the constitutional option of acting as the recommendation requires or to disregard it
By Kibe Mungai 3 years ago
Obeying CJ call will turn us into a laughing stock
Why we are yet to fully enjoy Bill of Rights fruits
Kenya is far from becoming the human rights State that Kiraitu spoke about in 2002
By Kibe Mungai 3 years ago
Why we are yet to fully enjoy Bill of Rights fruits
There are no poor or rich counties in Kenya
This is the elephant in the room that we must confront in order to resolve the controversy with more objectivity, less elite hypocrisy and devoid of p
By Kibe Mungai 3 years ago
There are no poor or rich counties in Kenya
Uhuru is right to intervene but he must follow the law
Since the election of Mike Sonko as Nairobi governor in August 2017, Kenya’s capital city has been governed with such gross incompetence.
By Kibe Mungai 4 years ago
Uhuru is right to intervene but he must follow the law
Our constitution fully provides for gender diversity
The Constitution provides that Parliament is the supreme law-making body in Kenya and is the only body vested with power to make provision having the
By Kibe Mungai 5 years ago
Our constitution fully provides for gender diversity
Kenya’s political future is now in Raila’s hands, thanks to IEBC
Following the decision made on September 1 by majority of the Supreme Court judges to nullify the August 8 presidential election, the IEBC notified the public that a fresh election will be held on October 17.
By Kibe Mungai 6 years ago
Kenya’s political future is now in Raila’s hands, thanks to IEBC
Despite ruling, only commission should announce results
The Commission is required by Article 86 of the Constitution to ensure, inter-alia, that the voting system is simple, accurate, verifiable, secure, accountable and transparent.
By Kibe Mungai 7 years ago
Despite ruling, only commission should announce results
Why High Court got it wrong on presidential tallying case
This interpretation of the Constitution is clearly wrong because the duty to hold presidential elections in the 290 constituencies is vested in the chairperson of the IEBC as the presidential returning officer.
By Kibe Mungai 7 years ago
Why High Court got it wrong on presidential tallying case
Why corruption is not a ‘true crime’ in Kenya
Setback It is difficult to investigate white collar crimes because system is skewed
By Kibe Mungai 7 years ago
Why corruption is not a ‘true crime’ in Kenya
Why graft is a mere litmus test of who is a worse thief in Kenya
In the early 1990s – the period in which the Goldenberg scandal was incubated and executed – then President Moi assured the world that his “government has not condoned and will not condone laxity and corruption”.
By Kibe Mungai 7 years ago
Why graft is a mere litmus test of who is a worse thief in Kenya
Why we must probe before acting on contested truths first the Kiplagat Report
Kenya is the biggest economy in East and Central Africa and by many indications has one of the largest and most educated middle class in Africa.
By Kibe Mungai 11 years ago
Why we must probe before acting on contested truths first the Kiplagat Report
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