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CMA moves to court seeking to restrain businessman Jeremiah Kiereini from offloading his shares

28, Aug 2014

The ongoing collection of signatures to push for a referendum by CORD before drafting a bill proposing the intended amendments does not contravene the constitution of Kenya. This is according to Suba Member of Parliament John Mbadi, who said there is no requirement for a draft bill in the constitution. Mbadi also maintained that the constitution presents two options through which the constitution can be amended; a motion in the national assembly or a referendum. However, in response to Mbadi’s assertion, Elgeyo-Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen says that Kenyans voted for the constitution because they liked it the way it is. Here is part of that conversation from KTN’s morning express.