The Constitution of Kenya has given all the power to the people. Those that the people of Kenya elect are not as powerful as the people
Chapter One (1) of the Constitution of Kenya says “All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution. (2) The people may exercise their sovereign power either directly or indirectly through their democratically elected representatives.
The Constitution of Kenya has given all the power to the people. Those that the people of Kenya elect are not as powerful as the people. Unfortunately, the people of Kenya have failed to realize the immense power that the Constitution has given them.
According to Angaza Movement, the people of Kenya are the ones that hold the key to the country having pure and sober leadership because, without them, nobody will be elected. It is the people who elect those in power and, therefore, it is the people who have power.
Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya is like the compass that directs Kenyans on the kind of leaders they should elect. The Chapter outlines the qualities of a state officer and what is expected of his/her. It is the only Chapter that tells Kenyans what they should have.
Angaza Movement says that there is an urgent need for Kenyans to be sensitized on the key role that they play in determining the kind of leaders that the country gets. The Movement says many politicians have been taking advantage of Kenyans through bribes to get elected, a move that ends up giving the country pathetic leadership.
— Angaza Movement (@AngazaMovement) March 11, 2022
The Angaza Movement is holding a series of programs across the country, engaging Kenyans and letting them know that they are the bosses and that no one should dictate to them who they should elect but should go for integrity during the upcoming general elections.
All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution.