Notes on the rule of law and justice and the constitutional propriety of some recent developments in the Kenyan government
Gutto, Shadrack B.O.
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This paper briefly examines the legal and governmental issues arising from the recent revelation of Rift Valley Province police ngoroko activities, the subsequent warning by the Attorney-General to such “subversive” elements, and the constitutionality of the recent appointment and functioning of the Attorney-General as acting Minister for Commerce and Industry. These are discussed in the context of adherence to the popular politico-legal doctrines and practice of the Rule of Law and Justice and Separation of Powers and the shaping of public opinion thereon.