Kenya: What Constitution provides on aspects of citizenship

By Jill Cottrell Ghai, 19 February 2018
Citizenship, as an idea, has two main aspects. One is a rather technical, legal, one, conveyed also by the word ‘nationality’. The other is a broad, active concept, of the person as a member of a community, involved with that community, participating in its decision making. The Constitution reflects both ideas, though it uses the word ‘citizen’ only in the technical sense. The Constitution sees[...] Read more here:…


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