Muslims for Human Rights


Press statement 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, and targets at a raft for constitutional amendments, including altering the Executive to introduce the post of Prime

Mombasa county must pay genuine pending bills

Lumatete Muchai & Co. Advocates has been offering legal representation to Mombasa County Government—and the defunct Mombasa Municipal Council—since 2008, and most recently in 2020. The legal fees owed to the firm have accumulated to a staggering Sh126,621,590, as of June 3, 2022, according to a scrutinized transactional memo available
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Courts should deny AG audience until Executive starts obeying its orders

Uhuru Kenyatta’s regime has become notoriously infamous for disregarding court orders. It is open defiance to the rule of law and the constitution that the President and his deputy, William Ruto, swore to protect. The regime’s lack of respect for court orders, decisions, and declarations, invites anarchy and impunity. The
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Civil society calls on the government and law enforcement agencies in Mombasa to respect, protect and uphold the right of citizens to protest

In the week that began on the 1st and ending on the 7th of November 2020, the Civil Society Reference Group (CSRG) and ARTICLE  19 Eastern Africa, teamed up with Muslims for Human Rights (MUHURI), Kituo Cha Sheria and the Social Justice Centres in Mombasa to address citizens’ concerns arising

Seven Kenyans stranded in Somalia after Uhuru closed border over Covid-19

On April 23, 2020, we received a complaint from seven Kenyans who were on April 6, 2020, denied access into Kenya. They are Patrick Shingula Mwangala, Martin Mwaghazi, Ignas Kialu Mwanyumba, Michael Mjala, Gabriel Kennedy Otieno, Elia Mwalili, and Abas Mutuku, who resides in Mombasa, Kilifi and Nairobi. The group

Human rights-based approaches to addressing Covid-19 pandemic

This report spans from March 11, 2020, when the World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus a global pandemic, through to March 13, when Kenya recorded its first case, and to April 21, 2020. This document is exploring human rights-based approaches to defeating the lethal virus that has killed at least

Brutal police violence against innocent ferry users illegal, unacceptable.

Muslims for Human Rights (MUHURI) would like to condemn the brutal operation against innocent Kenyans at the Likoni Ferry Crossing yesterday March 27, 2020. The chaotic handling of the Ferry Crossing, the brutal attacks on the peaceful citizens, and the forceful interference with those who were carrying out legitimate and

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