In 2010 we enacted our Kenya Constitution and granted ourselves Sovereign Power and wrote our Bill of Rights in Chapter 4.
Diaspora Kenyans and Ndara B Community have applied and continue to apply their resources to develop Diaspora University Town and achieve they constitution rights.
When a Ndara B Community member gets a job, they will be getting their constitution rights of food, housing, healthcare, children rights and other rights.
When Diaspora Kenyans invest to create a Job and make an income, they are getting their constitutional rights.
The hospital development will advance the right of healthcare to Ndara B Community members, Diaspora University Town residents, Taita Taveta County residents, Kenyans and Tourists visiting Kenya.
The university will advance the right of education and facilitate Jobs Creation.
The town developed will achieve the rights of housing, clean water, environment, social security, and other rights for those who become residents.
Diaspora Kenyans and Ndara B Community when embarking on this project understood that such a project has never been done in Kenya.
We also understand Kenya Constitution laws that protect Kenyans from persons who join Government with a goal to deny other Kenyans their Constitution rights.
Going forward we ask the Attorney General, who is the legal advisor of Government in accordance with Kenya Constitution 156 (4), to set legal rules that will support attainment of Constitutional rights.
Any delay in executing a government service that facilitates the attainment of constitutional rights shall constitute a denial, violation, threat, and infringement on our constitutional rights.
Diaspora Kenyans and Ndara B Community shall not accept anyone denying, violating, threatening, or infringing on their Constitution rights.
A person who delays Diaspora University Town project shall have denied and violated Ndara B Community and Diaspora Kenyans rights.
The person will have to leave the Government office. As taxpayers we shall not pay taxes to fund persons denying, violating, infringing, or threatening our constitutional rights.
We look forward to partnering with Kenyans and other partners as we enact this Jobs Creation project that advances Constitution rights.