The Start of the Nne Nne Revolution
Kenya Youth League, a young class of leaders that seeks to unify the youth of Kenya to capture State power and transform Kenya from a dysfunctional post-colonial state into a vibrant modern democratic republic under civilian rule of law;
1. Sets out with a promise that in due time the weights we carry as a nation should be lifted from the shoulders of all Kenyans regardless of tribe, race or origin and that all should have an equal chance as citizens of this country.
2. Recognizes that all self defining bodies of men are equal one to another, if they but choose to insist on that point.
3. Convinced that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of the proper ends of government, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government.
4. Alive to the fact that a name, a phrase, a standard has meaning only when associated with the consideration that gave birth to the nomenclature and that the right of Revolution implies an insistence upon the supremacy of reason in human affairs
Do call upon all ALL Kenyans who want REAL change to gather at
· KICC, next to Mzee Kenyatta’s Statue- Nairobi
· Kenyatta Sports Ground, Kisumu
· The roundabout of Nkrumah road and Moi Avenue, next to the post office in Mombasa
· The junction opposite Municipal offices leading to Golf Hotel, in Kakamega
· The junction of traffic lights next to the post office on Kenyatta Avenue in Nakuru
· The junction next to Kenya Commercial Bank - Embu
· Nyeri- Nairobi Bus stop-Nyeri
· Nandi Gardens-Eldoret
· Taifa Park, Garissa
· Outside the District Commissioners office-Machakos.
· Posta Grounds-Bungoma
· The Junction adjacent to Barclays Bank Kisii-Kisii
· The Nairobi Mombasa Highway Junction going to Mwatate- Voi
· The lorry park next to the bridge-Narok
· The junction at Makutano on your way to Maua – Meru
· Next to The Total Station-Kajiado
· and in all available spaces next to government administrative offices in the various 47 county headquarters
from 10am on 4th April 2011(Nne Nne), To tell this coalition government that we have had enough of it.
Nothing has come of the National Accord:
a) Youth Unemployment is worse than before they came to power.
b) IDPs four years later on are still homeless living in Tents, relying on food rations and being rained on.
c) Only two bills of the 40 needed to operationalize the constitution have been passed.
d) Post Election Violence perpetrators have not been tried whilst both sides of the coalition government engages in all manner ping pong brandishing the tribal card.
e) The cost of living has gone up; fuel prices, food, transportation and no one in government looks bothered.
f) The politicians continue to treat our institutions with contempt full of impunity
Ours is to tell them that we have had it and they must wind up immediately and go! And that we shall not leave the various squares until the coalition is wound up.
Kenya Youth League wishes to set out the following rules for the Protests:
* We shall be disciplined. Discipline is paramount.
* There shall be no use or return of verbal or physical violence towards any person. The objective of the protest is to change government by popular will not by coup or by force. The protests therefore will be peaceful and non-violent, no arms, no defense, no destruction of property.
* We shall effect arrests on anyone who carries arms or engages in the destruction of property.
* We shall not loot since Protests do not lead to thuggery, it dethrones thugs.
* We shall not carry or use alcohol or illegal drugs.
* We shall not place ourselves in obvious danger and we shall try to ensure the safety of all people in and around the action squares.
* We shall be responsible for the cleanliness of the places we occupy.
It is our Prayer that the Almighty God will in due time give us a new breed of National leaders who are committed to ridding us of Poverty, ignorance and disease as hoped by our founding Fathers. God bless Kenya.Haki, Undugu, Uhuru na Ustawi