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Secession Inconsistent With Kenya Constitution & Can Cost Over Kshs 10 Trillion

Kenya Constitution, Article 5 states, “Kenya consists of the territory and territorial waters comprising Kenya on the effective date, and any additional territory and territorial waters as defined by an Act of Parliament.” The people of Kenya are the persons living Kenya as formed and owned by the people of Kenya collectively through Kenya Constitution 2010. Can Kenya territory be annexed removed from Kenya to become a new country through secession?
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Understanding Kenya Constitution Article 1 on Sovereign Power

The most important Kenya constitution article is: 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 or through their democratically elected representatives.” These words establish the Sovereign Power of Kenya in every citizen as an individual and collectively as the people of Kenya. ...
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Uhuru 37% Election Result Higher Than Last 11 U.S Presidential Results of 23% to 32%.

President Uhuru Kenyatta October Election reported result from 252 out of the 292 voting constituencies is 7.26 million from 19.6 million total voters. This is a 37% vote of total voters. This result is higher than the percentage results that the last 11 U.S Presidential results in the U.S got of 23% to 32% of the total vote. ...
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Kenya Constitution Does Not Provide For Any Presidential Election in 90 Days

Kenya Constitution sets various days when a presidential election can occur. Elections result from the Kenya Constitution 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 or through their democratically elected representatives.” The following are the dates of Kenya Presidential Election. There is no provision in the Kenya Constitution of 90 days. ...
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Election Vote Turnout Decline is an Exercise of Sovereign Power & Cannot Invalidate Elections

To understand the Kenya Constitution Election and Sovereign Power that belongs to the people, the best way is to look at mature democracies. On November 4 2008, the first Tuesday of November that is the U.S General Election Day every 4 years, two candidates were on the ballot for the Senate of Georgia (GA) State. The result was: 1,867,097 (49.8%) Saxby Chambliss and 1,757,393 (46.8%) Jim Martin and 128,087 (3.4%) others. None met the State Constitutional requirement of 50% + 1. They had a run-off within 30 days and this was on December 2nd 2018. The 100% results Saxby, 1,228,033 (57.4%) and Jim, 909 923 (46.8%). ...
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12 Reasons Why Voter Turnout Decreased!

In August, over 15 million of the 19.6 million registered Kenyan voters came out to exercise their sovereign power to a democratically elected leader per Kenya Constitution 1 (2). The elections were invalidated by the Supreme Court September 1st and Kenya Constitution 140 that requires a repeat of elections within 60 days became applicable. Here below are the 12 reasons why the exercise of Sovereign Power declined in the Kenya Constitution article 140 Election. ...
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Kenya Constitution 140 Election is Done! What Next? 8 Answers

The election set by Kenya Constitution 140 (3) “If the Supreme Court determines the election of the President elect to be invalid, a fresh election shall be held within sixty days after the determination,” has occurred. As the results of this historic elections are counted the questions that will occur are so many. Here-below answers. ...
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National Resistance Movement Will Deny Constitution Rights & Exercise of Sovereign Power Directly!

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. ...
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Diaspora Ask Kenyans to Vote & Make Kenya Constitution the Supreme Law

“Every vote cast on Election Day will reaffirm that Kenya Constitution is the Supreme law of Kenya,” says some Diaspora Kenyans as they ask Kenyans to vote. The Diaspora are asking Kenyans to vote so they can be able to achieve the economic rights they stated in Kenya Constitution. Saying, “Your vote will be a vote of saying I want to meet my constitutional rights. I want to live better, healthier and happier.” ...
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Supreme Court Should Not Disfranchise 19.6 Million Registered Voters Rights!

As reported, Mr Khalef Khalifa, Mr Samuel Mohochi and Mr Gacheke Gachuhi have filed a petition at Supreme Court stating: there is a real danger of disenfranchising more than six million voters; IEBC is not prepared for the repeat poll because of constant intimidation and threats directed at its staff; there is continued political interference, intimidation, threats and pressure from politicians and protestors, towards IEBC and its employees; there is evidence that establishes real threat that the scheduled fresh election shall not comply with the order of the Supreme Court; the poll might not be held in a significant number of counties— thereby plunging Kenyans and their lives into jeopardy and that to them, Mr. Odinga having pulled out of the repeat State House race, the election stands cancelled....
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