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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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12 Constitutional Rights That Can Be Denied by Constitutional Right 37 Demonstrations

Kenya Constitution 37 reads, “Every person has the right, peaceably and unarmed, to assemble, to demonstrate, to picket, and to present petitions to public authorities.” The exercise of this right can deny other constitutional rights if not exercised, peaceably and unarmed. Parliament through legislated laws as provided by Constitution article 24 can ensure that constitutional 37 right when exercised does not deny other rights and when those exercising rights infringe on others rights there are penalties. ...
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How Will President Kenyatta Respect, Uphold & Safeguard Kenya Constitution 1 (1) & 94 (5)?

In the vacating of the Elections NASA coalition statement reads, “26. 290. Suppose, however, that the candidates, or a candidate who took part in the original election, dies or abandons the electoral quest before the scheduled date: then the provisions of Article 138 (1) (b) would become applicable, with fresh nominations ensuing. 27. As per a correction issued on 6 May 2013, the Supreme clarified that the relevant article is above is 138 (8) (b) which deals with cancellation of a presidential election in the event of the death of the president or the deputy on or before scheduled date. The Supreme Court finding expanded this clause to include when a candidate withdraws from the presidential election. 29. Our withdrawal from the election requires the IEBC to cancel the election and to conduct fresh nominations.." ...
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Kenya Constitution Procedure to Become Candidate & Withdraw From Presidential Race

Raila Odinga is reported saying, "This is a democracy. There is freedom of choice and if I freely choose to stay away, there is no way anybody, including the courts, can force me to participate.” ...
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President: Respect, Uphold & Safeguard Constitution Order 131 (2).

Kenya Constitution, Article 131 (2) order: “The President shall— (a) respect, uphold and safeguard this Constitution.” The following law requires the President to respect, uphold and safeguard the constitution. How a President respects, upholds and safeguards the constitution can lead to a country's constitution failing or working. The biggest test of President Uhuru Kenyatta compliance with Kenya Constitution 131 (2) would occur September 1st 2017. ...
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Is Media Violating Kenya Constitution During Riots?

A story in Nation reads, “Five Kisumu journalists were harassed, beaten and injured by police while covering the anti-IEBC demos Monday. About 20 officers from the General Service Unit mobbed Rashid Ronald of KTN and Faith Matete of the Star… The officers clobbered Mr Ronald, injuring him on the leg. While beating him, they said Kisumu journalists were not any special than protesters on the street. The officers then lobbed teargas canisters at NTV’s Ouko Okusa, his cameraperson Doreen Magak and Daily Nation reporter Rushdie Oudia… Earlier, rioters had also harassed motorists, extorting money from them and forcing the police to disperse them with teargas.”...
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