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Bishop Mwawasi Dual Citizenship Case

Bishop Donald Kisaka Mwawasi verses Independent Electoral & Boundaries Commission IEBC case based on whether a Kenyan who holds dual citizenship has right for participating in elective office was ruled by Justice David Majanja Majanja. The judge ruled based on Constitution Article 78. (2) A State officer or a member of the defence forces shall not hold dual citizenship. Based on this the judge ruled in favor of IEBC not accepting nomination papers from a person with dual citizenship. Bishop Mwawasi is looking to appeal this and have the Court of Appeals and if need be the Supreme Court make a final ruling.
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Diaspora Voting by Electronic or Mail-in Ballots

Anxiety is high in Diaspora for there is no information on the registration process at the Kenya Embassy at D.C and the Kenya consulate offices at New York and LA, the 3 polling stations for Kenya Elections 2013. Diaspora Kenyans are now starting to focus on Kenya Elections and the anger directed to the Independent Electoral & Boundaries Commission IEBC commissioners is increasing. It is now becoming clear that the IEBC, 9 Commissioners goal was to deny Kenyans their right by hiding behind the word, “Progressive.” Those optimistic say the IEBC can still ensure interested Kenyan voters in the Diaspora, especially in North America by adopting the Electronic Voting or Mail-in voting system. Below the systems as continuously proposed by Diaspora since 2011 by Diaspora. ...
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“KM” Kilometer and “KU” Kenyatta University

KM or Kilometer is a settlement outside KU that has been part of Kenyatta University. The settlement that was mainly know for its supply of Drugs, Bhang, Changaa, Miraa and other illicit brews that students could buy cheaply is as memorable to those who went to KU, and many stories good and bad are still engraved in their memories. ...
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