Policy


Part 2: The BBI Court of Appeal Slam Dunk

23 September 2021
Whereas the concept of the Basic Structure Doctrine is not new in Kenya, this was the first time that the appellate court was met with the concept. In this regard, two questions were posed to the Court of Appeal. First, ...
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Part 1: The BBI Court of Appeal Slam Dunk

21 September 2021
In BBI 2, these passive virtues were raised by the Appellants in a bid to overturn the BBI 1 by the High Court. The Appellants argued that the questions raised in BB1 were political questions and unripe for determination. Put ...
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Degrees and the degree of Uheshimiwa in Kenya

27 July 2021
    ***  “I don’t have education; I have inspiration; if I was educated I would be a damn fool.”   – Bob Nesta Marley   Bob Nesta Marley dropped out of school at age 14, meaning he wasn’t a ...
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Human Rights In The Time Of Covid-19

5 July 2021
The unprecedented virus leaves us with several questions including whether we are supposed to talk of human rights when confronted with a pandemic ...
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Pass the Dutchie: Legalize It, Don’t Criminalize It

10 June 2021
Despite this global melodrama, Marijuana remains firmly rooted, its production and consumption neither dropping nor stopping. ...
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Detention of Patients Pending Payment of Bills is Unconstitutional

8 June 2021
In passing the Constitution of Kenya 2010, Kenyans dreamt of a document that would correct the injustices of the past and build a new Republic which puts the vulnerable and downtrodden (Hohehahe) at the center of statehood and not the ...
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Unpacking The Basic Structure Doctrine

2 June 2021
For the basic structure to be morphed, the sovereignty of the people must bear. ...
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