In total agreement with the views expressed. If any case similar to the one
filed by the FAC against President Trump was to find its way to the Kenyan
Courts, I see them ruling in a like manner as the American Court since that
is what a proper interpretation of Art. 35 of the Constitution and Sec. 5
of the Access to Information Act calls for.
On Wed, 16 Oct 2019, 09:04 Liz Orembo via kictanet, <
> A very interesting read by Tevin Mwenda,
> Can social media accounts of public officials in Kenya be construed to be
> channels that can be used by the public to access information from their
> elected leaders and other public leaders regarding them?
> Are those public officials allowed to block someone from accessing them
> when they use the same channels to interact with citizens?
> Full article here: www.kictanet.or.ke/?p=40802
> Best regards.
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