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- Rest in peace, my dear brother Kipkoech Tanui Death whence do you hide? How do you choose those you snatch from us? You strike where it hurts most. You leave us shaken, teary and feeble at heart and weak.
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- Uhuru’s political problems due to his unforced errors Makau Mutua t’s not uncommon for a great tennis player to beat themselves. We’ve seen the great Serena Williams, arguably the greatest female tennis player of all time, self-destruct.
- Ruto is a victim of dark forces in previous administration and ICC Billow Kerrow I strongly believe Deputy President William Ruto is an innocent man. In my view, he is not guilty of the charges leveled against him at the International Criminal Court (ICC).