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Kibaki blamed for land reforms row

18 February 2013, 15:38

Nairobi -  President Mwai Kibaki has been accused of breaking the law by failing to appoint the National Land Commission as ordered by the High Court, Capital News reports.

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) chairman Charles Nyachae says that the President must lead by example in respecting the court order issued on February 4 that required him to gazette the nominees within seven days of the order.

Nyachae went on to add that, if the President, who has taken an oath to uphold, to defend and to protect the Constitution, will not comply with a clear directive of the court, then the very essence of the Constitution, is in jeopardy.

- For more visit Capital News

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