Muema Wambua is a graduate student of International Relations at the United States International University, Nairobi, Kenya.

Special Issue: Kenya's 2017 Presidential Elections | August 4, 2017

The Bankruptcy of Peace, and of the Constitution, in Kenya’s 2017 Elections

The 2010 Constitution of Kenya is transformative, to say the least. It is, however, bankrupt on peace; so is the country. The word “peace” appears a paltry four times in the constitution: first in the Preamble, second in Article 37 on the right to “peaceable” demonstrations, third in Article 238 (1) on threats to national […]

Peace March in Kibera with signs saying "Stop and Think Peace in Kibera" and "Peace" on a rainbow background with a peace sign.