Personhood, rights, and the African philosophical paradigm in human embryonic stem cell research

Colonialism has caused a wide-spread involuntary intermixing of Western and African intellectual categories in the thinking of contemporary Africans. It is only through a critical spirit that a contemporary African can construct a philosophy suited to present-day existence.[1]~Kwasi Wiredu~ By Laureen Mukami Nyamu* The contemporary African is a tap...

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Reconciling the De-novo Principle and timely justice following the transfer of judicial officials

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By Patricia Buyeshe Angaya* "No rule of natural justice, no rule of statutory protection, no rule of evidence, and no rule of common sense is to be sacrificed, violated, or abandoned when it comes to protecting the liberty of the subject. He is the most sacrosanct individual in the system of our legal administration."- Madan, Kneller and Nyarangi J...

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The bona fide purchaser conundrum and the validity of property titles: Insights from the Supreme Court of Kenya

By Terry Ombati* "Indeed, the title or lease is an end product of a process. If the process that was followed prior to issuance of the title did not comply with the law, then such a title cannot be held as indefeasible.…"[i] The Supreme Court of Kenya has resolved the contradicting position of a bona fide purchaser. It emphasised, in Dina Managemen...

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​Balancing the human right to health with animal rights and welfare: The conundrum of stray dogs in Kenya

King David Arita The recognition of animal rights and welfare, particularly as pertains their health, gained substantial traction during the late twentieth century.[i] This was spearheaded by a series of efforts led by scholars and complementary institutions, shedding light on the rights and welfare of animals as sentient beings.[ii] The establishm...

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Independence and Integrity of the Office of the Director Public Prosecutions (ODPP)

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By Willy Mutunga* "In exercising the powers conferred by this Article, the Director of Public Prosecutions [DPP] shall have regard to the public interest, the interests of the administration of justice and the need to prevent and avoid abuse of the legal process." Article 157(11) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.[1] There is an ongoing robust publ...

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As members of Kabarak University family, we purpose at all times and in all places, to set apart in one’s heart, Jesus as Lord. (1 Peter 3:15)

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