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Oduor Ong'wen: My arrest after 1982 failed coup and date with dreaded GSU
I had just been to this facility about 10 days before the attempted coup. We had gone there as the university basketball team, nicknamed 'Terrorists', to play the Kenya Air Force side.
By Oduor Ong'wen 1 year ago
Oduor Ong'wen: My arrest after 1982 failed coup and date with dreaded GSU
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Intrigues that shattered the Kibaki-Raila dream
In 'Stronger Than Faith: My Journey in the Quest for Justice', author Oduor Ong'wen talks about Mwai Kibaki's Narc Kenya administration.
By Oduor Ong'wen 1 year ago
Intrigues that shattered the Kibaki-Raila dream
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How the Orange party unearthed rigging of polls
On December 30, 2007, Kivuitu announced that Kibaki was the winner, having garnered 4,584,721 votes against Odinga's 4,352,993 - a difference of 231,728 votes
By Oduor Ong'wen 1 year ago
How the Orange party unearthed rigging of polls
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How Kivuitu colluded with State agencies to steal votes for Kibaki
Samuel Kivuitu had earned the respect of Kenyans as a fair and competent electoral referee following his handling of the 2002 General Election and constitutional referendum in 2005.
By Oduor Ong'wen 1 year ago
How Kivuitu colluded with State agencies to steal votes for Kibaki
Post-election, more mountains to climb
More mountains to climb after the election.
By Oduor Ong'wen 1 year ago
Post-election, more mountains to climb
Raila Odinga's victory is nigh, so let Azimio camp get out the vote
The coalition comprises of 29 political parties which with a well worked out campaign modus operandi, should galvanise enough votes nationally to annihilate the opponents.
By Oduor Ong'wen 2 years ago
Raila Odinga's victory is nigh, so let Azimio camp get out the vote
KENYANS HAVE OROMOS, TOO
If the Oromo of Kenya, who are larger in number than the Elgeyo Marakwet, could up their game in sport, the Kenya-Ethiopia long distance rivalry would be a 'no-contest' in favour of Kenya...
By Gishinga Njoroge 8 years ago
KENYANS HAVE OROMOS, TOO
Kenyan Olympics threat is real
Rudisha, Kemboi, Yego, Kipsang' and Vivian Cheruiyot may not be going to Rio de Janeiro; you might as well be prepared for Kenya to be represented only by non-medal hopefuls of rugby sevens, boxing, swimming etc
By Gishinga Njoroge 8 years ago
Kenyan Olympics threat is real
WHO WILL RESCUE THE GREEN ARMY? A rich person needs to buy Gor Mahia because the club cannot continue relying on an unrealistic community support
They are selling Simba of Dar es Salaam and that would be of a lot of interest to supporters of Gor Mahia. The totally broke Kenya champions have agonisingly sought financial sponsorship for the past two seasons without success. One way out of the predicament would be to sell the football club to a rich individual — what in Kenya they peculiarly like to refer as a "tycoon".
By Gishinga Njoroge 8 years ago
WHO WILL RESCUE THE GREEN ARMY? A rich person needs to buy Gor Mahia because the club cannot continue relying on an unrealistic community support
K’ogalo must prove mettle in Tanzania
From what I gather, the man who might be the next President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Joseph Magufuli will be at this afternoon’s big game of the opening day of the Cecafa Kagame Cup at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
By Gishinga Njoroge 9 years ago
K’ogalo must prove mettle in Tanzania
Why Sports Kenya has its work cut out
Actually, if all rules of engagement were established, Gor Mahia would be receiving Government money to travel to Dar es Salaam next week for the Cecafa Kagame Cup football club championship.
By Gishinga Njoroge 9 years ago
Why Sports Kenya has its work cut out
K’ogalo caught between a rock and a hard place
On the local domestic scene, Gor Mahia have virtually been bullying the opposition but a stern test awaits them as they face the likes of Yanga, APR and KCCA in the forthcoming Cecafa Kagame Cup in Dar es Salaam...
By Gishinga Njoroge 9 years ago
K’ogalo caught between a rock and a hard place
Ruto talks tough, vows to deal with sponsors of protests
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