Accountability Monday 1st July, 2019

1st July 2019

Accountability Monday 1st July, 2019 Today,  I was a guest at Mtaani Radio show, Accountability Monday where alongside with Ms. Tebby Otieno a new anchor and journalist at the station we urged residents of Dagoretti North and Dagoretti South to embrace public participation as a tool for enjoying one’s sovereign power.  In fact this is […]

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Achieving Universal Basic Education in Kenya

17th October 2017

7:26:43 PM 10/17/2017 Achieving Universal Basic Education in Kenya Article 43 1(f) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 provides that every person has a right to education. The basic Education Act 2013 defines basic education as follows: “educational programmes which includes Adult education and education offered in pre-primary educational institutions and centres.” Free Primary Education […]

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South Africa: Twenty Years of the Constitution

6th September 2016

Kenyan Constitution borrowed heavily from South Africa’s Constitution. It has been twenty years since South Africa received a new Constitution. The Big Debate was an eye opener on how people feel about it. Read More: Captain Andre van Lill worked as a police cameraman for 34 out of 42 years in police service  Sharing is […]

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Functions of Counties and National Government in Kenya

26th September 2014

The Forth Schedule of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 clearly defines the functions of the counties and national governments. At first, it was confusing to an extent that the counties performed functions that were supposed to be performed by the National government. A good example was security. A number of counties purchase motor vehicles for […]

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