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Led by Siaya Senator James Orengo, NASA leaders vowed on Saturday that they will use the August 8 General Election results to declare Opposition chief, Raila Odinga, president if Uhuru is sworn in.

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National Government Programmes in Elgeyo Marakwet County (2013 -2017)

            Road Networks

Completed Chesoi-Chesongoch

( 7.2km ) KSh 249.9M

Iten-Kapsowar Phase 1-Iten – Bugar

 ( 12.5km ) KSh 656.5M
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On Monday, Kenya’s opposition the National Super Alliance made real its threat to start anti-IEBC demos in an attempt to push the electoral body officials, who bungled the Aug 8 elections, out of office. 738 more words

Social Issues

Jubilee's Silent Agenda

Yesterday, while on Citizen TV interview, the DP William Ruto claimed that the Jubilee party is only 19 MPs short of a super majority. He further alluded that there would be no way Raila would perform as the president as Jubilee had the majority in both houses. 299 more words

Social Issues


It is most certainly time to look at the manifestos that were fronted before the just concluded 2017 general elections. It is important because now with the NASA petition in the supreme court the debate becomes who is the preferable leader. 571 more words

How KANU is likely to rule in the next 100 years

KANU was Organized in 1960, KANU was one of two major political parties formed in preparation for independence—the other party, the Kenya African Democratic Union, was ultimately absorbed by KANU after independence. 294 more words

National Politics

Dishonest And/Or Misleading CNN Headlines and Shoddy Reporting About Elections in Kenya

CNN Interview with John Kerry, Co-Chair of Carter Center Observer Group

This is why people hate and others simply don’t trust the media; what the CNN headline in the link above is blurting out is not what the former US Secretary said as co-Chair of the kCenter for Democracy observer group in Kenya monitoring the elections which were held there on Tusday. 545 more words