Opposition’s “Okoa Kenya” and the Council of Governors’ “Pesa Mashinani” have both identified the money allocated to the Counties as one of the issues that should be addressed through a referendum to amend the Constitution. 1,878 more words
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RESOLUTIONS OF OKOA KENYA MOVEMENT MEETING, AUGUST 13, 2014:
From time to time, progressive forces have met here at Ufungamano to plan and organise what eventually emerged as the most important freedoms we as a people enjoy today, including our new constitution. 860 more words
Aristocracy, half a Decade?
Any good student of Aristotle, the great philosopher, including Alexander the great, would agree with me that in Kenya there exist a thin line between democracy and monarchy or even democracy and aristocracy. 598 more words
The Politics of Power: African Socialism, Crony Capitalism and Neopatrimonialism in Kenya from 1964 to 1966
In 1963, after almost a decade of violent struggle, Kenya was granted self-rule and independence by Britain. 1963 also marked a year of unprecedented unity as the country rallied behind the Kenya African National Union (KANU) and its leader Jomo Kenyatta. 5,295 more words