Perhaps it is for lack of foresight or just another warm up for total disregard of the constitutional provisions, it turns out the country will have to go for an Â urgent referendum or Parliament to urgently repeal certain sections of The Kenya Constitution or make amendments that will softly cover The Head of State should he opt to defy ICC trials.
The Constitution of Kenya 2010,shoots tough, candid, straight and clear:
Art. 1(1) – “ALL sovereign power BELONGS to the PEOPLE of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution”.
Art. 2(1) – ” The Constitution is the supreme law of the Republic and binds ALL persons and ALL State organs at both levels of government”.
- Does Uhuru’s Jubilee got numbers to pass a constitutional amendment?
- Can Uhuru rally Kenyans behind an anti- ICC referendum?
- Will Ruto play ball now that it is clear that he was set up to test waters?
- What is the timeline?
Very interesting times to be a Kenyan, with stagflation hitting hard, Uhuru popularity ratings will be plummeting like an over-ripen avocado, prompting people even those from his stronghold to find it hard to rally behind him.
TIME WILL TELL, we should wish our president well, it is no longer a little personal matter, perhaps he should JUST ACCEPT AND MOVE ON, Kenya is bigger than an individual ama?