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The Supreme Court’s ‘advisory’ to President Kenyatta emerged out of a constitution that anticipates the President’s recalcitrance with regards to issues such as the 2/3rds gender rule. As a result, as things stand today Kenya’s parliament doesn’t have the constitutional authority to amend the constitution. That said, the real crisis is that important leaders apparently believe patriarchy is above the law in Kenya. The Elephant in conversation with Waikwa, an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a Barrister and Solicitor with the Law Society of Canada.