“A Right is that which is morally, legally, or ethically proper” and the Kenya Constitution serves this in one of the best and fairest way possible according to Gladys Boss Shollei, the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary. She was representing the Chief Justice of Kenya Dr Willy Mutunga for the Aga Khan Academy, Nairobi Junior School’s PYP Exhibition on Thursday 21st June. He was unable to attend due to official duties but she was apt because she spoke with authority both as a lawyer and a mother.
The exhibition was a labour of love from the Grade Six students who showcased their talent, research and solutions to problems like global warming, crime, diseases and poor social habits. These students represented the part of the solution type of people and while they got to choose their duvet cartoon they also showed initiative and commitment to make a difference in life. The theme of the exhibition was “Kenyans – our rights, our responsibilities” and part of the welcome ceremony included a song entitled “Daima Kenya” for the guests, judges and parents attending. Also present was the Head of Education, Aga Khan Education Services Kenya Peter Barton who kindly stepped in to officially open the exhibition.