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KENYA: How Uhuru Kenyatta won

‘Raila fatigue’ favours status quo in Kenya election Kenya |  YVONNE ROWA WOODS  | Kenya’s 2017 polls will be remembered as the election of minor gains and confounding contradictions. In the run up to polling, public discontent appeared to have been largely driven by the unprecedented sophistication in graft and …

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ANALYSIS: The Kenyan election

Will technology deliver a free and fair election this time? By John Walubengo Elections present a milestone beyond which countries either strengthen their democratic credentials or become failed states. Often states fail when there are either perceived or blatant election malpractices. This in turn can lead to prolonged civil unrest. …

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Kibaki bids parliament farewell

By Joan Akello After 50 years of service in Kenya’s parliament, President Mwai Kibaki bid it farewell yesterday.  Kibaki is the longest serving parliamentarian in Kenya’s history. In his speech, President Kibaki recognized Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka for their contribution towards reshaping Kenya after the …

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