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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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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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Supreme Court Does Not Have Constitution Power to Change Election Date!

Kenya Supreme court cannot change the Election date as set by Kenya Constitution 140 (3) that states, “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.” ...
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Kenyans Voting Will Make Kenya Constitution the Supreme Law

The Kenyans voting on October 26th 2017 will be remembered by history as the Kenyans who made the Kenya constitution 2010 the Supreme law as per Kenya Constitution 2 (1) that reads, “This Constitution is the supreme law of the Republic and binds all persons and all State organs at both levels of government.” The Kenya Constitution will reward Kenyans with a better country where every citizen will enjoy the constitutional rights of healthcare, housing, clean water and food....
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“No Elections,” Call, a Violation of Kenya Constitution Supreme Law & Sovereign Power, Says Diaspora Attorney

Any person who says the words, “No Elections,” publicly with the intention to stop an election allocates himself or herself, Supreme law of Kenya power, not authorized under the constitution,” says Diaspora Attorney, Njoroge Kamau. He adds, “When a person says there will be ‘No Elections,’ the person may as well be changing the Kenya Constitution Sovereign Power article to read, “All sovereign power belongs to me and shall be exercised according to what I say.”...
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President Kenyatta & Kenyans, Should Safeguard & Defend Kenya Constitution, Says Diaspora Attorney

“President Uhuru Kenyatta should safeguard the Kenya Constitution as ordered by the Kenya Constitution 131 (2) ‘The President shall— (a) respect, uphold and safeguard this Constitution.’ Kenya Citizens should uphold and defend as per Kenya Constitution 3. (1) ‘Every person has an obligation to respect, uphold and defend this Constitution.’ The National Security organs created by Kenya Constitution, Chapter 14, should secure every polling station and public street in Kenya on October 26th,” says Diaspora Attorney Njoroge Kamau. ...
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No One Can Stop, Sabotage or Derail Elections Without Violating Constitution, Says Diaspora Attorney

Diaspora Attorney Njoroge Kamau says “No one can stop, sabotage or derail election without violating Kenya Constitution article 3. (2) that states, ‘Any attempt to establish a government otherwise than in compliance with this Constitution is unlawful.’” He adds, “Lawyers should be in the forefront of obeying Kenya Constitution article 3. (1) Every person has an obligation to respect, uphold and defend this Constitution.” ...
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Supreme Court Ruling & Kenya Constitution Power

In a four to two Supreme court ruling that read, “A declaration is hereby issued that the Presidential Election held on 8th August 2017 was not conducted in accordance with the Constitution and the applicable law rendering the declared result invalid, null and void,” Kenya constitution nullified the vote of the presidential race. The full opinions will follow and will show where the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) erred based on a majority of the judges. For now, Kenya will have a new election in 60 days and IEBC should prepare to again meet Kenya constitution laws on Presidential Election. ...
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