By Jacob Waiswa Buganga | Kenya set precedence. It broke bare the traditional tendencies of African democracies - sticking to power and rigging elections or suspending elections, altogether. Therefore, it was "Unafrican" and strange part of the governance system in the region. Also, it must have been received with surprise by the regional leaders.
Several reports showed that Uganda ever interfered in the electoral process of Kenya in the efforts to defend the statuesque. There were similar repor
By Franklin K. Oduor | The journey all the way is essentially uphill, and you begin with a light assent which increases gradually as you move upwards. After passing all settlement areas, it will not be long before you enter the rainforest zone, and here you come across hardwoods of all variety, size and shape in addition to being exceptionally tranquil and cool as little sunshine reaches the ground due to the canopies and tree shades.
The road passes between trees on both sides, but at this leve
Odhiambo T Oketch:
Yesterday was a sad day for the many Kenyans on whose behalf President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila were begging food for from the International Partners just recently at KICC.
In the floor of Parliament, we all watched with shock as Parliament voted against a censure motion against the Minister of Agriculture. This cleansing, at whatever cost it was, proved once more that the big THIEVES can never be touched in Kenya. They will steal and look you in the face as they deny