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Will a browbeaten CORD redefine the 2017 narrative?

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Sometime in 2012, Uhuru Kenyatta (now President) and William Ruto (now Deputy President) were at a crossroads.

Will a browbeaten CORD redefine the 2017 narrative?

By Peninah Muriithi | 5 years ago

Only a third force will avert return to bloody conflict in South Sudan

Only a third force will avert return to bloody conflict in South Sudan

The departure of Dr Machar was prompted by the government’s failure to assure his and his officials’ security.

Peninah Muriithi | 5 years ago

Sad story of broken promises as graft and greed threaten to tear South Sudan apart

Although the conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (RSS) is one of the most pressing anywhere in the world, the narrative is not entirely unique.

Peninah Muriithi | 5 years ago

Musalia Mudavadi should be Raila Odinga's running mate

Raila Odinga will be the CORD presidential candidate in the 2017 polls. No one else in the coalition is as eminently qualified to take on incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta as Mr Raila.

Peninah Muriithi | 5 years ago

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