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Kenya Constitution: How We Got Here (Part 2) – The 15% For Devolved Funds

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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Tumult in ODM Kraal as democracy on trial

By Peter Opondo

Every living entity must, of necessity, grow and regenerate if it is to survive and prosper. Otherwise, it perishes. Sometimes, this regeneration occurs smoothly, almost without as much as a whimper. 656 more words

OKOA KENYA MOVEMENT MEETING, AUGUST 13, 2014

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

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KENYA'S 52 YEARS ARISTOCRATIC DYNASTY IN POST-INDEPENDENT ERA

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

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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

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