The question of Postponing election is really causing Tension in the country. Just few days ago, an African Court basses in Arusha rulled that Presidents can postpone election if there are valid reasons to do so. Some of the reasons mentioned are Pandemic, war and other things.
A few months ago, the former UNCTAD Secretary-General Mukhisa Kituyi make headlines throughout the country, after an inappropriate video was leaked. The video was alleged to have been released by a woman, who wanted the court to deal with the 2022 presidential candidate for forcing her to be intimate.
Recently, the African court on Human Rights gave a greenlight for member countries to push forward general elections in a bid to allow them fight covid-19. This has raised eyebrows in the kenyan politics as Deputy President William Ruto and his allies are not amused.It has also stirred controversies among Kenyans in various social media platforms
FDC stalwart Dr Kizza Besigye and Bobi Wine during a past event. Photo courtesy Four time Ugandan presidential candidate and Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) stalwart Dr Kizza Besigye says that there is need to establish an African Court for Dictators (ACD). According to Dr Besigye who has announced that he will not participate in the 2021 General elections where the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni is seeking a sixth term in office, the Court should have a Maximum Security Prison. Dr Besigye who took on
An item in today's Saturday Nation newspaper about the court providing permission to postpone the election has attracted the attention of many Kenyans after Millicent Omanga tweeted ” Happy sabbath. This won’t happen here”. In the newspaper, the African Court on human right has given member countries the green light to push forward elections to allow the politicians ample time to fight Covid-19.
As kenyans wait for their fare to be decided regarding whether 2022 general elections shall be postponed, special Court in the African Union has given it's Members a go ahead of postponing their elections so as to help combat the Covid 19 Pandemic. This is according to a tweet released by former Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko.
Be that as it may, the mandate turned out poorly with the Representative President (DP) William Ruto and his partners. The DP pummeled sitting presidents in Africa over plans to expand their terms under the misrepresentation of taking care of the flare-up. "Delaying races isn't a solution for the Covid19 pandemic.
African Court based in Arusha, Tanzania recently allowed a decision by present governments to elongate their time in office, over the Covid-19 ongoing pandemic. However, the directive did not go well with the Deputy President (DP) William Ruto and his allies. The DP slammed sitting presidents in Africa over plans to extend their terms under the pretence of handling the outbreak.
Over the last few months, Tanzanian government has been on the spotlight for several reasons be it distribution of European loans to help curb and fight Covid-19 which was mishandled to banning the schooling of pregnant girls from all their learning institutions. This policy has been in play in Tanzania since 1961 and when President Magufuli took power he affirmed his support and commitment when he first took power stating that school girls who get pregnant must be expelled and not allowed to return. Recently