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Kenya Constitution 2010 Power is Cementing, Attorney Kamau Tells Diaspora University Town Developers.

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Attorney Njoroge Kamau & Diaspora University Town Developers Files Attorney Njoroge Kamau & Diaspora University Town Developers Files

“The four – two split ruling by the Kenya Supreme Court on September, will historically be remembered as the ruling that strengthened Kenya Constitution Sovereignty Power, article 1; Supremacy of this Constitution, article 2; and the Defence of Constitution, article 3,” says Attorney Njoroge Kamau of Worcester, MA. He is pleased with the discussion occurring that he terms, “Kenya Constitution Power Cementing.” He says President Uhuru Kenyatta speech during the 12th Parliament opening that concentrated on Kenya Constitution and especially Kenya Constitution article 1 on sovereign power contributed to making Kenya Constitution the Supreme Power of Kenya.

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. (3) Sovereign power under this Constitution is delegated to the following State organs, which shall perform their functions in accordance with this Constitution–– (a) Parliament and the legislative assemblies in the county governments; (b) the national executive and the executive structures in the county governments; and (c) the Judiciary and independent tribunals. (4) The sovereign power of the people is exercised at–– (a) the national level; and (b) the county level.

The Attorney who has opened hundreds of Property Developer files says, “Diaspora University Town Developers who continue to put in time and resources to develop Diaspora University are exercising sovereign power directly as established in article 1 (2).” He adds that even though there is uncertainty in the period he calls “The Kenya Constitution Cementing Period September - October 2017,” the Diaspora should understand that once Kenya Constitution establishes its power, it will make Kenya a better country.  

As he looks at the files open in his office by Property Developers, Scholars, Small Medium Enterprises (SME) Entrepreneurs and Agents who are ready to start Diaspora University Town development; he says, “I wish to thank the Diaspora University developers who are working to create jobs as we advance Kenya Constitution rights in article 43: Healthcare, Housing, Clean Water, food and Education. Kenya Constitution Sovereign power exercise directly is what will build the future of Kenya.” 

The Attorney who has set and continues to set the Diaspora University Town legal plan in compliance with Kenya Constitution 2010 says that on October elections the IEBC should improve on the election process by first understanding their power is delegated from the people through Kenya Constitution article 1. The IEBC should then do the work Kenya people have given IEBC as set in Kenya Constitution article 86.    

Kenya Constitution 86. At every election, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission shall ensure that— (a) whatever voting method is used, the system is simple, accurate, verifiable, secure, accountable and transparent; (b) the votes cast are counted, tabulated and the results announced promptly by the presiding officer at each polling station; (c) the results from the polling stations are openly and accurately collated and promptly announced by the returning officer; and (d) appropriate structures and mechanisms to eliminate electoral malpractice are put in place, including the safekeeping of election materials.

To the Kenya Diaspora University developers working on flowing their capital to Kenya the Attorney says that Kenya Constitution shall be followed. He says the transfer of Constitution Sovereign Power to the President office will occur through article 1 (2) that states, “People may exercise their Sovereign Power through a democratically elected leader.”  

Like any legal scholar, the Attorney says he is looking forward to read the opinions of the Six Supreme Court Judges. He adds, “The judge’s ruling has strengthened the Kenya Constitution. When you have a split ruling in any Supreme Court on a Constitutional case, it doesn’t mean that the majority is right and minority wrong.” He says that what the ruling does is trigger a Constitutional discussion which is he further says is healthy as he references the Gore vs. Bush 2000 split ruling of 5 to 4 that was followed by a Constitutional discussion in the U.S.  

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