BY: Rashid Wanjala [wpsocialite] In this 3 Part Series, I will deal with Uhuruâ€™s Historical responsibilities that he needs to act on urgently if he is going to claim a place in Kenyaâ€™s political High Table When a slave was born during the Slave trade era they didnâ€™t know any other home other than the […]
…of Uhuru Kenyattaâ€™s presidency and threats of economic sanctions
[wpsocialite] BY: RASHID WANJALA The emerging political groupings are reshaping the political terrain to a point of making it clear that it will indeed be a two horse race as once predicted by ODM leader Raila Odinga. Opinion polls have confirmed that the race is between Prime Minister Raila Odinga and his Deputy Uhuru Kenyatta […]
Archives: The TV interview Uhuru Kenyatta may wish to forget.
BY: OSUGO MOSETI July 30th 2008 is the day Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta would love to erase from his memory. Mr. Kenyatta was on official duty in London when he got a rare opportunity to be interviewed by BBCâ€™s Stephen Sucker host of the famed program Â Hard Talk. The show is best known for […]
Who will be Kenya’s next president?
BY: William Makora [wpsocialite] The March 2013 elections will offer Kenyans a window to usher a new regime that can rejuvenate their hopes. The deteriorating economy; high inflation leading to high cost of living, insecurity and the ever rising unemployment levels have eroded hopes of the citizens and confidence in the Kibaki led coalition government. […]
The Mutunga Five: Too early to celebrate for the Ole Kiyiapis of this world
ByÂ Tony Moturi The petition filed at the high court by a group of group of civil society activists that seeks to compel the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to bar permanently the top five presidential contenders from running for presidency may be fast fading from the Kenyan minds but its implications cannot be […]
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