Muslims for Human Rights

Behind Likoni nighttime raids by CIA-MI6-supported unit that killed two

It was February 16 at 1 am when security agents breached the homes of Juma Athman, 29, Ali Tengeza, 20, and Hamisi Mwinyi, 17. Athman and Tengeza lived in Kibundani,

[VIDEO] Why MUHURI protests secret M-Pesa deal by KFS, Safaricom

In October 2020, Kenya Ferry Services (KFS), a public entity, introduced a cashless system linked to Safaricom to collect tolls at the Likoni crossing channel. KFS’ e-system automatically locked out

KPA loses appeal to delay nullification of SGR directives

A court in Mombasa has denied Kenya Ports Authority’s request to delay implementation of an order abolishing two directives requiring all Mombasa Port cargo to be transported via the Standard

Prof. Mwakimako joins MUHURI Board

The Board of MUHURI is pleased to welcome Prof. Hassan Mwakimako as its member. Mwakimako is an associate professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Pwani University, Kilifi. He has

[VIDEO] Why MUHURI’s BBI signature verification case is distinct

Update: Acting Chief Justice, Philomena Mwilu, has since formed a five-judge bench to hear this case. MUHURI moved to court to challenge the BBI signature verification process because there’s no

High Court declines to transfer, merge BBI signature verification case

A judge has declined to transfer or consolidate the BBI signature verification petition with other suits in Nairobi. MUHURI filed the case at Mombasa High Court to stop the Independent

Msambweni by-poll: How politicians stoked deadly violence to defeat democratic process

Suleiman Dori died of cancer aged 42 on March 9, 2020. He left Msambweni parliamentary seat vacant. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) scheduled a by-election on December 15,
Mombasa High Court

[VIDEO] BBI signature verification: Court orders IEBC, speakers appear in suit

The court has ordered IEBC and speakers of Parliament of Kenya to appear, within four days, in a suit challenging BBI signature verification, after a no-show. Proponents of BBI collected

[Statement] Electoral justice in Uganda; solidarity with Ugandans

The African Elections Watch is concerned about the mockery of democratic principles and processes in the General elections underway in Uganda. Our undertaking as a continent is to call for
Rose Waruguru with her comatose son, Joseph Macharia. Police brutalized him. Photo: Ernest Cornel.

How brutal policing of Covid-19 curfew left man comatose for 7 months

Rose Waruguru is sliding into depression and often gathers suicidal thoughts because of her son’s comatose state, caused by police brutality during enforcement of coronavirus curfew. Joseph Macharia, her 35-year-old
Training on religious minority rights and interreligious literacy.

Baseline study on knowledge gaps on religious literacy and constitutional rights in Kenya

This baseline study was conducted to inform the implementation of the Norwegian Agency for Development-funded consortium project, “Religious minorities in Kenya: Overcoming divides, respecting rights”, (RMP). The project is led

[Statement] BBI signature collection drive is not a priority, our health is

The Building Bridges Initiative National Secretariat on November 23 announced the launch of signature collection for the BBI Constitutional Amendment Bill 2020. The launch is November 25, the secretariat said,

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