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Bishop Mwawasi Talks to Voters in Taita Taveta

Kenya Constitution article, 1 reads “(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.” Bishop Donald Mwawasi is looking to get the responsibility to exercise the sovereign power given by the people to a democratically elected leader. He is looking to be the representative of the people of Taita Taveta in the Senate.
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Bishop Mwawasi Senate Campaign Progresses in Taita Taveta

Bishop Donald Mwawasi is one of the few Diaspora Kenyans whose name is on the ballot for the 2017 elections. He looks forward to representing Taita Taveta in the senate as well as representing Diaspora in parliament. Bishop Mwawasi says, “The residents of Taita Taveta have embraced my message. If I could get my message to a majority of the registered voters in the County, Diaspora can count on having a Senator in Parliament.” Taita Taveta County registered voters who shall vote in the Senate race is 155 904 voters. ...
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5 Diaspora Bills Bishop Mwawasi Will Sponsor Once Elected to Senate

On 2013 Bishop Donald Mwawasi failed to be on the Kenya Elections Ballot because of a wrong interpretation of Kenya Constitution law. He filed a case: Donald Mwawasi verses IEBC and CIC. He lost in the High Court. He took the case to the Court of Appeals. Three judges ruled that the High Court ruling was incorrect and that IEBC and CIC had erred in the Kenya Constitution interpretation. Bishop Mwawasi will be on August 8th 2017 be on the Kenya Election ballot for the Senate seat for Taita Taveta. His election to Kenya senate will not only benefit the residents of Taita Taveta but will also benefit Diaspora Kenyans. ...
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How Many Handshakes Will President Uhuru Make During First Term?

A handshake is considered as the best political tool for getting supporters and vote. The more the handshakes one can make the better. A handshake creates a great connection when one is able to shake the President hand even for a moment. Before the President first term is over estimates are he will have shaken more than 10,000 hands about 0.05% of the expected 20 million voters before the serious campaign. The handshakes could increase by 50,000 as the serious campaign starts....
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