Spiritual solutions for environmental challenges: how faith principles could shape policy and lawmaking in the East African Community

By Alex Tamei Climate change has been an issue of great concern for the entire world for the past few years. In the East African region, extreme weather events such as drought and flooding have been occurring with greater intensity and frequency, associated with the climatic variability phenomenon of the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO). The gre...

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Examining the role of the IEBC Chairperson: Insights from the 2022 presidential election petition - Odinga & 16 Others v Ruto & 10 Others; Law Society of Kenya & 4 Others

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By Caleb Sadala All sovereign power belongs to the People.[i] All state officers act as trustees of the people when exercising state power. [ii] How then did the Supreme Court of Kenya in the 2022 Presidential Election Petition declare that the Chairperson of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) acts as a delegate of the Commi...

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The disenfranchisement dilemma: How the ghost of electoral injustice is haunting the political class

By Joshua Koome There are no magic words on paper. Like other people in the world, Kenyans must be determined enough to create the future they want. A future anchored on justice, good governance, and the rule of law, among other values, codified in Article 10 of the Constitution.[i] Big election losers will tell you that a scrutiny of the previous ...

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The Changing Face of Marriage: Understanding Perceptions of Marital Equality vis a vis" Ogentoto vs Ogentoto"

By Gloria Adenyi 'The cock can feather the nest because he does not have to spend most of his time sitting on it'[i]. This saying is a metaphor of what happens exactly in our marriages. The cock being the husband, who goes to work every day leaving the wife in the nest to maintain and take care of the home and the children. This leaves the wife wit...

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Marital Equality versus Equity: A Dive into the Kenyan Supreme Court Decision in Ogentoto v Ogentoto

By Alexander Mutua For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish till death do us part…[i] The Ogentotos,[ii]were husband and wife who had acquired a piece of land and constructed their matrimonial home together with rentals in the parcel of land. However, in 2008 the marriage hit rock bottom and w...

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