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- Dear Akamba, Kenya's destiny is in your hands, don't break it Makau Mutua I am writing to the Akamba because they can make – or break – Kenya in August. In fact, I believe the election will be determined by the Kamba Nation.
- Raila must smell the coffee and move fast to rekindle waning Odinga magic Barrack Muluka Imposing unpopular leaders on his people could spell the end of his presidential dreams, and with it the last of the Odinga charm
- Punish inept officials whose inaction led to biting food shortage Kamotho Waiganjo Until the Jubilee government incentivised importation of maize and subsidised prices of maize flour a week ago, it was becoming increasingly clear that the ruling party had granted its opponents a tantalising campaign weapon.
- Local maize was mopped up, hoarded then shipped back Barrack Muluka The presidential vote on August 8 is increasingly becoming a question of conscience. It is no longer a simple matter of political affiliation and preference.
- We will continue to pay dearly so long as we are slaves of ugali Kipkoech Tanui Many of us know the frustration of growing maize. It takes months to mature, unlike beans, which are ready for harvest in three months.