Election Of Senate And Parliament Speakers Confirm Uhuru’s Jubilee Alliance Is A Two Tribe Affair


By Micah Kigen [wpsocialite] The first steps by the Jubilee Coalition in their quest to assume power have confirmed our worst fears, that Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto are two politicians who lack nationalism and are out to build a government of two communities. When Parliament (National Assembly and Senate) first sat on Thursday, they […]

Kenya Has Gone To The Dogs! Prove Me Wrong!


By: George Morara [wpsocialite] May I re-confirm the death of justice and democracy in our country! A few days ago I wrote about the botched birth of the new baby and how the ‘doctors’ were working trying to save her life in Our Country’s largest Justice referral hospital ICU! It turns out, the ‘surgeons’ of […]

Uhuru Kenyatta’s election victory is upheld by Kenya’s supreme court

Kenyan election 2013

A supporter of defeated presidential hopeful and outgoing prime minister Raila Odinga confronts riot police officers before the court verdict. Photograph: Dai Kurokawa/EPA Raila Odinga accepts defeat, bringing to a close weeks of uncertainty following 4 March elections By:Jason Patinkin in Nairobi for The Observer, Saturday 30 March 2013 23.17 GMT [wpsocialite] Kenya‘s supreme court […]

Raila A Double Winner, Panache And Aplomb In An Epic Contest.


By: Eric Ng’eno [wpsocialite] Have you hung out with someone who just lost an election? Or worse still, have you ever lost an election? I do not mean those miniscule chama affairs; I want a real election with real stakes involved. A loser has the weight of expectations, the interests of his followers, the unacceptable, […]

Uhuru Salutes Supreme Court Judges And Promises An All Inclusive Goverment


[wpsocialite] President elect Uhuru Kenyatta has promised to form an all inclusive government, in a statement after the supreme court declared him a validly elected president Uhuru sought to downplay the division in the country. Here is Uhuru’s full statement My fellow Kenyans, As you are aware, the Supreme Court earlier this evening delivered its […]

Onyango Oloo: A Supreme Slap On The Kenyan People


By:  Onyango Oloo via Jukwaa forum. [wpsocialite] The Supreme Court has decided. It took them less than ten minutes, or so it seemed. Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto have been validly elected as President and Deputy President of Kenya. The Jubilee Coalition can go ahead and form the next government and rule Kenya for the […]

Uhuru and Raila To Be Notified Of The Ruling An Hour Before The Public


[wpsocialite] The Registrar of the Supreme Court has just finished addressing the media, and by extension, the entire country. She has said that the Supreme Court has retreated to deliberate on its ruling. She said that the Supreme Court will deliver its judgment, today, Saturday, March 30, 2013 “later this afternoon”, latest by 5 pm […]

Moving From Tyranny To Safety Of Numbers


By: Okiya Omtatah Okoiti Kenya is a multi-ethnic state, composed of 42 officially recognised tribes. The 2009 census figures give the ethnic composition as follows (out of a total population of 38.6 million): Kikuyu 17%, Luhya 14%, Kalenjin 13%, Luo 10%, Kamba 10%, Kisii 6%, Mijikenda 5%, Meru 4%, Turkana 2.5%, and Maasai 2.1%. About […]

Lawyers: Vote Re-tallying Revealed Grave Discrepancies


By Standard Digital Reporter [wpsocialite] The re-tallying of votes from 22 polling stations and an audit of all Forms 36 used in the March 4 election revealed errors that were disclosed to the Supreme Court on Friday. Lawyers representing electoral officials immediately dismissed these “clerical errors” as insignificant to the final outcome. Lawyers representing petitioners […]

The Supreme Court Report On Scrutiny Of 22 Constituencies


Download Full report here>> Report on Scrutiny of 22 Polling Stations [wpsocialite] REPUBLIC OF KENYA IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA AT NAIROBI Petitions Nos 3, 4 and 5 of 2013 REPORT OF THE SCRUTINY OF 33,400 POLLING STATIONS. Pursuant to the orders made by the Supreme Court on the 25th March 2013,the Judiciary conducted a […]

Tension in Kisumu, Kibera As Uhuru’s K24 TV Tweets A Pre-emptive Supreme Court Ruling


[wpsocialite] Tension is high in Kibera, Kisumu and other CORD strongholds following a tweet by Uhuru Kenyatta’s K24 TV assuring followers that the Supreme Court will dismiss the election petition filed by Raila Odinga. The controversial tweet reads “@K24Tv Supreme Court ends hearing…FINALLY Tomorrow in their judgement they will uphold the elections – April 9th […]

Open Letter To The Young Kikuyu And Young Luo


By: Ephraim Njenga [wpsocialite] I write to you young Luos and young Kikuyus because you have not only been overcome by tribalism but have also been overtaken by it. If you voted for Raila because you hate Uhuru or voted for Uhuru because you hate Raila you are a tribalist by any other name. Many […]

Nelson Mandela ‘Responding Positively’ To Hospital Treatment

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela has a history of lung problems dating back to when he contracted tuberculosis as a political prisoner. Photograph: Barbara Kinney/AFP/Getty Images [wpsocialite] By: Reuters in Johannesburg for the guardian.co.uk, Thursday 28 March 2013 15.33 GMT South African anti-apartheid leader was admitted to hospital overnight after suffering recurrence of lung infection The former South […]

Uhuru Regrets Referring Supreme Court Judges As “Some Six People”


By: Kenya Today [wpsocialite] Uhuru Kenyatta has offered apologies for a derogatory remark he made yesterday Wenensday the 27th March 20013  in Naivasha. In his facebook page Uhuru said he respects the Supreme Court judges. Here below is Uhuru’s full statement Clarification: I met with elected MPs, Women Reps and Senators from the Jubilee Coalition […]

Shock: Uhuru Refers To Supreme Court Judges As “Some Six People”


By Kenya Today [wpsocialite] President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta has once again made a remark that is likely to infuriate many Kenyans, in a speech made in Naivasha , Uhuru termed the Supreme Court judges as some six people and i quote “…once some six people decide….”.  Political pundits have termed the remark irresponsible and dis-respective to the […]