@mustafa_mahmoud @lauragoodwin @Naima_Rajab @Zahra the recent happenings have just raised the one pertinent question the Kenyan Government has failed to answer. What is the ultimate proof of citizenship? Birth Certificate, ID Card or Passport. After the Makonde were issued with National ID cards, we attended the UN Statelessness day at the National Museum and the able Prof. Yash Pal Ghai raised a serious concern about the President ‘granting’ them citizenship despite the fact that there is already set up mechanisms. He was concerned that this might open up a worrying trend where the authority feels like they can now revoke citizenship of persons. We have noticed recently that some opposition leaders passports have been suspended, last night one of them who is a dual citizen but a Kenyan by birth, was deported to Canada. What are the legal implications for this? Would this be considered as a set back in the fight for citizenship rights? Should we be worried for communities that are still finding it hard to acquire Registration documents? What happens to the stateless persons who had to revoke their Kenyan citizenship inorder to acquire a different citizenship? Is there a way that we can establish laws or even strngthen the existing laws inorder to protect our Citizenship rights fully?