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The Legal Framework for Hate Speech in Kenya

The laws on hate speech in Kenya relate to the freedom of expression. Article 33(2) (c) of the Constitution deals with the same. The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) Act further extends the definition … Continue ReadingThe Legal Framework for Hate Speech in Kenya

How To Become A Member Of Parliament in Kenya

Kenyans in every constituency elect a Member of Parliament every five years. Article 1 of the Constitution says that all sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya. The people may exercise their sovereign power … Continue ReadingHow To Become A Member Of Parliament in Kenya

How to Become a Women’s Representative in Kenya

A Women’s Representative (or Woman County Representative) in Kenya plays a very crucial role in the state and government.  As a Member of Parliament, a Women’s Representative plays three crucial roles. They are legislation, representation, … Continue ReadingHow to Become a Women’s Representative in Kenya