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King and Pawns (Kenya's Political Issue)

Over the past few weeks, Kenya’s political ground has shown signs of a major shift. It all began with the famous handshake between former political rivals H.E. 313 more words

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The Moment Kenya attained Nationhood or at least tried to.

So the two biggest names in Kenyan and possibly African politics decided to have a sit down. Raila Odinga AKA The People’s President and Uhuru Kenyatta AKA The President decided to bury the hatchet. 326 more words


It’s a scam to manipulate Us through a corrupt political regime. “It’s time Kenyans woke up and realized that politics shouldn’t divide Us” a term that as been used over and over again but falls into dead ears. 231 more words

Raila Must Pursue Dual and Contending Power in Kenya, Not Secession

By Patrick Mbullo

When Catalonia, in defiance of the Spanish central government and courts, held an independence referendum, many secession movements engaged in similar protracted struggles in Africa expressed optimism and shared in jubilations. 1,212 more words

Breaking News

Finally the National Resistance Movement General, Miguna Miguna is safe, at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. He was late last night deported by the Jubilee administration following five days of incarceration, despite the high court issuing several orders for his release. 195 more words

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Media Censorship and Hospital Visits

On Monday most of the TL’s left their communities to return to Nairobi. We were supposed to travel on Tuesday but due to the leader of the opposing political party (Odinga), and loser of the recent election, demanding to be ‘sworn in’ on this day, VSO decided to move the schedule forward. 573 more words

Music and politics survey.

Jebet Sharon.

Check out Jebet Sharon (@sharzjay): https://twitter.com/sharzjay?s=09

Ever since politics has been seen to go hand in hand with music since music gives life to politics.And why music in every political move?Musicians benefit from politicians by being paid to advertise their political party through a song or even a dance. 144 more words

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