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The other side of Tom Mboya you Never Knew

Tom Mboya is the most misunderstood man in history. I don’t celebrate him. He betrayed our people.

He fought Legio Maria, the only religion known to deal with evil spirits. 363 more words

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Raila has done his part, Luos now do yours

This hashtag ya #AwakeningNyanza ni nini? When Raila was the PM, Nyanza saw its infrastructure improve to the best level ever. Many lives changed as a result of the constitution that Raila single-highhandedly campaigned for! 408 more words

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The Revolution of Kenyan Politics

The recent merger of the jubilee coalition affiliates to form the jubilee party has received both criticism and praise in equal measure. First to criticize the move was the opposition sensationally claiming that it was a scheme to bring back the single party “Nyayo” days. 480 more words


7 types of people you'll find at Choma Sunday

Betty the Tourist

I call her Betty the tourist. However, she’s not your regular world traveler. No she has no frequent flyer miles from American Airlines. 991 more words


A letter to my MP, TJ Kajwang

TJ Kajwang, Wod Japuonj, Kilo or Nyakwar Nyakwamba, I hope this letter finds you in perfect health. I know we don’t see eye to eye lately, despite the fact that I was one of your foot soldiers in the past campaign. 832 more words

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Kick TJ Out of Ruaraka

It is time we say enough is enough, TJ Out

Today I want to talk to my friends, brothers, and sisters about our political destiny. I know that over 90% of members of this forum are youths. 1,020 more words

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Some thoughts on the Okoa Kenya campaign to amend Kenya's Constitution

I just posted a piece over at ConstitutionNet on the politics of popular constitutional amendment provisions, with Kenya as an illustrative case.

The Kenyan Constitution allows for popular (extra-legislative) amendment initiatives, as long as the petitioner can collect at least one million signatures. 212 more words