I am pleased to announce that my book “Guide to the Laws of Kenya” is now on sale.  It is published by “Law Africa” and is being sold for KShs.2,990/=   The book (ISBN 9966 – 53-098-1) can be purchased from Text Book Centre, Prestige Bookshop and other outlets. The book will be useful to all……

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  • The Kenyan Legislative Tsunami and the Looming Legal Showdown of Mammoth Proportions

    Pursuant to a three – Judge bench Constitutional Court judgment delivered on 29th October, 2020 in the Consolidated Human Rights High Court Petitions 284 and 353 of 2019 by the Hon. Justices Ngaah Jairus, Anthony Ndungu and Mumbua T. Matheka, 23 Acts of Parliament were declared unconstitutional, null and void. The Acts declared unconstitutional are……

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  • Time for Reforms in Marriage Laws

    Marriage. Buying a house. Having children – a dream come true and utopia for any young Kenyan. And then, sometimes, a broken dream. A broken marriage for whatever reason. Divorce or separation tug of war for children, splitting of the house and properties. And then begins the Kenyan legal nightmare related to marriage laws, childrens’……

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  • Law –Bila Maneno –An introduction

    Today, 3rd July, 2020, is a momentous day for me – I will be entering my 50th year as a practising Advocate, and am celebrating the event by launching this blog – related to all aspects and challenges of Kenyan law, lawyers and intricate web the emerging jurisprudence poses. The blog is published under the……

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  • Criminality in Government Registries – The Bane of Wanjiku

    Heard of Wanjiku? Wanjiku is that ordinary downtrodden, overburdened, perhaps barefooted Kenyan, carrying on her back a heavy stack of Kenyan woes. For the record, Wanjiku was born, and epitomized, when the late President Daniel Arap Moi, with his iron fist, repeatedly declined calls for a new Constitution. Wanjiku has a brother in the English……

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