Invitation to the peoples march against 50 years of Corruption and Impunity. On April 30, 2019, Kenyans will congregate at Uhuru Park’s FREEDOM CORNER for a decisive action against corruption and impunity.

CITIZENS are fed up with wanton looting of public funds and the casual and cosmetic response that theft receives. Public officers with the mandate to protect Kenya’s resources and OUR Constitution aren’t living up to their oath of office.

Political misuse of power was there from the very day we got independence. It is an open secret: Uhuru Kenyatta is a son of a thief. His father, Jomo Kenyatta was a land grabber and a man who used state resources to enrich himself. Open this article in a new tab to to understand why the quest for justice won’t stop, despite people in the system working twice as hard against it.

Peoples March against 50 years of Corruption and Impunity:

Invitation to the peoples march against 50 years of Corruption and Impunity. On April 30, 2019 at Uhuru Park's FREEDOM CORNER. #BeyondZeroCorruption #RedVestsProtests Click To Tweet

On April 30, 2019, Kenyans will congregate at FREEDOM CORNER for a decisive action against corruption and impunity. This is an invite to you to take part.

2019 will mark 50 years since an oath to protect STOLEN WEALTH and Political interests was taken in Gatundu in 1969.

Ever since, political elite have continuously and increasingly looted our country with impunity leading to greater impoverishment of Kenyans and denial of government services for many.

We hope that you shall take your respectful place, to now walk the talk, stand up and be the reason, why corruption will be waged out of Kenya. #BeyondZeroCorruption #RedVestsProtests Click To Tweet

“President Uhuru Kenyatta is my age mate. I have known him since we were boys, he is a drunk and he can’t even run a kiosk. He used to run a horticulture business and a bar. They went bankrupt and that’s the same way he is bankrupting Kenya.” (Excerpt from Son of a Thief: How do the Rich Acquire Wealth in Kenya?)

David Ndii (Economist)

Background Information about The Peoples March:

This article will make more sense if you get a background of how Kenya was founded. Have you ever wondered about the genuine reason why Kenyatta Day was changed to Mashujaa Day? We dug out the real meaning, history, and reasons why Mashujaa day celebrations happen in Kenya, and what that means for the common Mwananchi.

This quest begun with questions: What is the significance of other holidays like Moi Day, Madaraka Day and Jamuhuri Day to the common mwananchi? Are some holidays in Kenya irrelevant? Click here to open this article in a new tab and understand the deeper, almost uncovered history of Mashujaa Day and a Look Into the Future: What Mashujaa Day will Look Like in 10 Years…

Is This The Start Of The Revolution Kenya So Badly Needs-
Is This The Start Of The Revolution Kenya So Badly Needs-

The Red Vests Movement:

The Red vests Movement is a concerned citizens’ movement formed on 26th February 2019 following discomfort that emanated from the normalization of graft in Kenya.

Commitments have previously been made, but these seem to be getting us nowhere. TUMECHOKA! We intend to announce that concerted citizen-driven efforts are underway to strategize, articulate and launch public activities and campaigns to STOP THESE THIEVES.

Objectives of the Red Vests Movement:

Red VestsMovement is driven by the core objective to ‘KOMESHA UFISADI’ which is Kiswahili for END CORRUPTION

Red Vests Movement is driven by the core objective to ‘KOMESHA UFISADI’ which is Kiswahili for END CORRUPTION. #BeyondZeroCorruption #RedVestsProtests Click To Tweet
Peoples March- The Beginning of a Kenyan Revolution - Red Vests Movement
Peoples March- The Beginning of a Kenyan Revolution – Red Vests Movement

Clarion Call to fellow Kenyans:

Dear Kenyan,

You called for leadership against corruption.

A fellow Kenyan took the lead. We hope that you shall take your respectful place, to now walk the talk, stand up and be the reason, why corruption will be waged out of Kenya.

The reason why impunity shall end and good governance shall reign.

We must equivocally say that We Are Tired of Corruption and draw a line in the sand.

We must equivocally say that We Are Tired of Corruption and draw a line in the sand. #BeyondZeroCorruption #RedVestsProtests Click To Tweet

Africa is ready to rise, read about the Sudan Protests here.

               Dress Code: RED
               POWER TO YOU!

Police Letter Notification of the Peoples March in Nairobi

Police Letter - Peoples March - Face of Corruption
Police Letter Notification of the Peoples March in Nairobi – Peoples March – Face of Corruption