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‘Role of African Intellectuals in Leadership’

intellectuals in leadership pic4Dr. Ekuru Aukot during the presentation at the School of Law, Moi University

On Friday October 26, 2018, Moi University School of Law hosted a renowned scholar of Law, Dr. Ekuru Aukot.
Dr. Aukot is the former Director of defunct Committee of Experts that ushered in the 2010 Constitution of Kenya.
He spoke on the theme “Role of African Intellectuals in Leadership”. He was accompanied by 15 other guests.  

In his address Dr. Aukot noted that African leaders are the greatest enemies of the rule of law and Constitutionalism. He pointed out that for Africa as a continent to achieve its constitutional aspirations, greedy, self-imposed and corrupt leaders must be ejected out of power.

He referred to the Kenya democratic path since independence as one founded on ethnic narratives and hatred. He called upon the young people to boldly identify their place in the current wave of democracy a cross the African continent. 

intellectuals in leadership pic2Dr. John Chebii - Dean, School of Law - Moi University

Dr. Aukot stated that his political party, Thirdway Alliance Kenya, has noted the challenges Kenyans are undergoing even after the promulgation of the 2010 Constitution. He said his party is ready to offer alternative leadership based on ethnic-free narratives if given the chance.  
He summed up his speech by appreciating the University Management and the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for according him the opportunity to engage with students.  

Dr. Aukot was officially welcomed by the Dean School of Law, Dr. John Chebii, who delivered a keynote message on behalf of the University Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Isaac S. Kosgey.
He  inspected the School’s new ultra- modern Library and the moot courts and hailed the Management’s efforts aimed at placing  the University in the trajectory grounded on intellectual and academic autonomy, teamwork and the never ending quest for academic excellence in all spheres.   
Students’ Council and Law Students’ Society of Kenya (LSSK) – Annex Chapter led by Mr. Emmanuel Ekiru Tioko, also commended the University’s efforts in giving students a friendly venue to conduct such fundamental public lectures which will expose students to the global world.  
MUSO Secretary General, Moses Tisa, acknowledged the University for displaying commitment to support student leaders in discharging their mandate.

SEE DR. AUKOT’S FULL PRESENTATION click here to dowload

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