KCA members believe:
A. That Kenyans are one people in their ethnic and religious diversity and that their destinies are inextricably bound with that of their motherland.
B. That all Kenyans are equal irrespective of sex, class, national origin, religious background, race, physical disability, or ethnicity, and that all have a stake in the welfare of their nation and are entitled, as of right, to pursue for themselves and their families a decent living under just laws in Kenya.
C. That the challenges that face Kenya, as a nation, and as a distinguished member of the family of nations, transcend any ethnic or regional interests, and that the KCA shall champion, and is committed to the cause of one nation and one people.
D. That Kenya must pursue a multiparty parliamentary system of government and openly cultivate the growth of democratic institutions enshrined in a Constitution, agreeable to the aspirations of the majority of Kenyan people.
E. That the sanctity of human life is a supreme value that is enshrined in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and in the various human rights covenants and other international human rights instruments.
F. That Kenyans deserve a Government that creates an environment that fosters economic growth, good education and general welfare for all Kenyans.