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National Resistance Movement Will Deny Constitution Rights & Exercise of Sovereign Power Directly!

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In the “ Big Message,” rally the NASA political coalition was converted to a National Resistance Movement (NRM). The intent of the movement economic sabotage by its supporters through refusing to consume goods. Whereas a person has a right not to consume any product; it would be unconstitutional to make someone by force not consume. This would violate Kenya Constitution, laws and International treaties. This would also violate the right of life and other consumption rights like: food, healthcare, housing, clean water and others that are established in the Kenya Constitution for the 45 million Kenyans and growing.

Some of the Constitutional rights to be affected.

26. (1) Every person has the right to life. (2) The life of a person begins at conception. (3) A person shall not be deprived of life intentionally, except to the extent authorised by this Constitution or other written law.

The right of life is sustained from the moment a child is conceived in a mother's womb. That child is then fed food through the economic system in place. A child conceived in Mathare, first meal, could be a vegetable planted in a piece of land in Limuru that used the business infrastructure to become a meal of the woman who carries the new life in the womb. This is how God feeds His creation. Persons who create business to produce and sustain life answer the call of God. Attacking any business in Kenya is equivalent to denying Kenyans their right to life.  

43. (1) Every person has the right— (c) to be free from hunger, and to have adequate food of acceptable quality.

People do not eat money. People eat food. A person by nature experiences hunger every 4 - 6 hours. It is not the paper or coin money that one will feeds on, it is the food produced by another person. The National Resistance Movement could disrupt the food supply system and in so doing decrease the food production and supply that is what the constitution calls adequate food. The right to be free from hunger should not be denied by anyone. 

43. (1) Every person has the right— (a) to the highest attainable standard of health, which includes the right to health care services, including reproductive health care.

The right of healthcare is supported by other sectors. The media are part of making the highest attainable healthcare for they report on the standard of treatment in hospitals. When a wrongful death occurs, we learn it from the media. Any movement who attacks a free press denies the all constitutional rights of citizens.   

43. (1) Every person has the right— (b) to accessible and adequate housing, and to reasonable standards of sanitation.

Production of housing occurs in a condition of certainty. Over 90% of Kenyans do not enjoy the right of housing and are trapped in slums. Production continues to fail for Kenya as a country is not constitutionally stable. It is not the government that produces houses; it is men and women working that produce houses in a stable economic condition.  

43. (1) Every person has the right— (f) to education.

Disruptions of the economic process in Kenya will also affect the education process. This will deny those aged 5 years to 24 years their right to education. Every time a University closes down because of politics; a student is denied their right of education. If a student went to university so they could graduate on a certain date, this right should not be denied.  

1 (1) All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution. (2) The people may exercise their sovereign power either directly…. 

It is the exercise of Sovereign power directly that makes one save capital, invest their capital in starting a business and eventually become part of the production system of goods and services consumed. Not all ideas tried will become successful. This is what it means to exercise sovereign power directly.  

The Kenya constitution gives each person the equal opportunity to exercise their Sovereign Power directly. Innovation and inventions are not done by Government but by people exercising their sovereign power directly. 

It is not the U.S Government that sent a letter to Bill Gates requesting that he drop out of Harvard University to go found Microsoft. It was an idea. The guarantee of the U.S Constitution that any idea can flourish and not be attacked is why citizens’ rights of housing, food, healthcare and others are met.  

Kenya will lose so many ideas that come to Kenyan minds if Kenyans cannot state very clearly that Kenya Constitution is the Supreme Law of Kenya. It is only the constitution that can guarantee the rights of Kenyans through the exercise of power directly or through democratically elected leaders. 


A business person works hard, risks their capital to exercise their Sovereign Power directly, and further achieves tax revenue that funds the government per Kenya Constitution 209. Business people collectively should demand that any persons who joins a movement to attack business does not enjoy salaries and any security services paid through Tax payer money.   

The attack of businesses is equivalent to denying of life, food, healthcare and housing constitutional rights.   

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