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Tag Archives: Kenya elections 2013
A tragedy of errors – Has Kenya degenerated to the ‘Error Republic’? We surely deserve better. Sample this: Two television journalists inanely giggle on live national TV over a woman’s stripping in public by a bunch of Neanderthals. Thereafter, and only … Continue reading
Unbowed: One woman’s story Were the peerless environmentalist, human rights activist and Nobel Laureate, Prof Wangari Muta Maathai, still walking among us, she would have been 73 tomorrow, April 1. Today is Christianity’s Resurrection Sunday – a fitting day to revive … Continue reading
“The price of democracy is eternal vigilance” so said USA’s Thomas Jefferson. Over the last few weeks in Kenya since the March 4 election, we have witnessed the defilement of democracy in the name of peace, as in the tweet below, that … Continue reading
High voter turnout is testament of our faith in the electoral process. Nobody is allowed to rob us of it I don’t know for certain how many of the 14 million or so registered voted in the March 4 election, … Continue reading
A date with destiny On March 4 2013, Kenyans will elect their next President, in what is being touted as the most hotly contested presidential election in Kenya. Ultimately, the power to decide who becomes President rests with the Kenyan voters, … Continue reading