DNA PRESS RELEASE NO. 12 OF 2020
“Sometimes it takes a while to recognize that someone has a special ability to get us to believe in ourselves, to tie that belief to our highest ideals, and to imagine that together we can do great things.
In those rare moments, when such a person comes along, we need to put aside our plans and reach for what we know is possible.”
― Caroline Kennedy
The Global DNA President under article IV of the DNA constitution, today March 7th 2020, appointed Hon Paul Mwangi as the Global DNA Attorney General.
The global DNA had sent a courtesy message to Hon Mwangi through the Global DNA Ambassador Hon James Kairu.
The Global President has received with alot of appreciation DNA formal acceptance to the post as dispatched by DNA Ambassador and CS foreign affairs, Hon James Kairu.
We at DNA are excited to have a great man in our August institution who was entrusted by President Uhuru Kenyatta, to head the BBI proposal committee.
This is a big milestone to the organization that is aiming at bringing about unity of purpose in the entire world where Diaspora Kenyans live.
We will continue to serve Kenyans who join our movement of hope, so that we can pave way for the future of the generations we brought in the Diaspora worldwide.
Our movement is God guided and failure is not on our path.
All able men and women from all walks of life are hereby encouraged to join this movement and together, we shall embark on a journey of unity and in the end leave our footsteps together with our names permanently engraved in the corridors of time.
We fail because we do not try!
Architect Dr D.K. GITAU
DIASPORA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR 254
WHO IS PAUL MWANGI?
Paul Mwangi, sat for his his A-Level at Kagumo High School in 1985 where he emerged top, earning himself the prestigious Gandhi Smarat Nidhi Award for the most excellent performance.
He then proceeded to University of Nairobi where he pursued a Bachelors degree in Law.
He is an advocate in private practice and a regular contributor in the local newspapers and TV talk shows. He also served as national legal adviser of the Yes team in the 2005 referendum.
He was among the first to blow the whistle on judicial corruption through his book Black Bar: “Corruption and Political Intrigues within Kenya’s Legal Fraternity.”
Mwangi played a key role in the PNU advisory team in the run-up to the 2007 elections.
He is the Architect behind the current BBI proposals that was presented at Bomas of Kenya to come up with recommendations on how to stop the ethnicity hatred that comes around every election cycle, among many other issues aimed at strengthen the Constitution.
The DNA presented its recommendations to the taskforce and hope to be co-opted in the final draft. Among the key issues presented is the creation of a full Diaspora Ministry and fast service delivery to all in the Diaspora Worldwide.