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Kenya: Landmark death penalty judgement must lead to full abolition of cruel punishment: Commenting after the Kenyan Supreme Court declared mandatory death sentencing unconstitutional, Oluwatosin Popoola, Amnesty International’s Adviser on the Death Penalty, said:

“This landmark judgment is a significant step towards complete abolition of the ultimate cruel and inhumane form of punishment.

“It’s now time for the Kenyan authorities to take the required legal steps to abolish the death penalty fully and join the 105 countries that have completely consigned the punishment to history.”

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Kenya: Landmark death penalty judgement must lead to full abolition of cruel punishment: Commenting after the Kenyan Supreme Court declared mandatory death sentencing unconstitutional, Oluwatosin Popoola, Amnesty International’s Adviser on the Death Penalty, said:“This landmark judgment is a significant step towards complete abolition of the ultimate cruel and inhumane form of punishment.“It’s now time for the Kenyan authorities to take the required legal steps to abolish the death penalty fully and join the 105 countries that have completely consigned the punishment to history.”Kenya: Landmark death penalty judgement must lead to full abolition of cruel punishment: Commenting after the Kenyan Supreme Court declared mandatory death sentencing unconstitutional, Oluwatosin Popoola, Amnesty International’s Adviser on the Death Penalty, said:“This landmark judgment is a significant step towards complete abolition of the ultimate cruel and inhumane form of punishment.“It’s now time for the Kenyan authorities to take the required legal steps to abolish the death penalty fully and join the 105 countries that have completely consigned the punishment to history.”Kenya: Landmark death penalty judgement must lead to full abolition of cruel punishment: Commenting after the Kenyan Supreme Court declared mandatory death sentencing unconstitutional, Oluwatosin Popoola, Amnesty International’s Adviser on the Death Penalty, said:“This landmark judgment is a significant step towards complete abolition of the ultimate cruel and inhumane form of punishment.“It’s now time for the Kenyan authorities to take the required legal steps to abolish the death penalty fully and join the 105 countries that have completely consigned the punishment to history.”