• According to Kalonzo, Kenya is a signatory to the African charter that protects people's inalienable rights.
• Kalonzo said it would also be unfair to ask the retired President.
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has defended retired President Uhuru Kenyatta saying he is within his constitutional rights to practice politics.
Kalonzo said it would be unconstitutional for any piece of legislation to take away the political rights of any Kenyans.
The Wiper leader lashed out at those asking Uhuru to retire from politics saying such a push contravenes the Constitution 2010.
''I want to say that in Article 38 of the Constitution, there are certain inalienable rights and one of them is the right for self-determination,'' the former Vice President said at the Jubilee National Delegates Convention at Ngong Racecourse on Monday
According to Kalonzo, Kenya is a signatory to the African Charter that protects people's inalienable rights.
''We recognise the UN Charter, you can not deprive a Kenyan of their inalienable right and one of them is the right to hold a political opinion,'' he said.
Kalonzo said it would also be unfair to ask the retired President to retire from active politics since he is still young.
''To say that Uhuru should retire and I am older than him what are you telling me..there are things which are not even negotiable that is why we have come here,'' he said.