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Protest by civil societies on police nominee not genuine

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After the National Police Service Commission released the names of the proposed nominees for the post of Inspector General and the deputy, the civil societies immediately came up fighting back.

Protest by civil societies on police nominee not genuine

By - Seth Mwangani | 8 years ago

No fresh negotiations on new constitution-Civil societies tell Kibaki

No fresh negotiations on new constitution-Civil societies tell Kibaki

Civil societies are now united in urging President Kibaki and Prime minister Raila Odinga to shun demands by the opponents of the newly passed constitution for fresh negotiations on clauses they singled out as contentious.

| 11 years ago

Civil societies say Raila was within law

Political parties and civil societies have supported Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s step to suspend two cabinet ministers mentioned in corruption.

| 11 years ago

Kibaki, Raila differences a threat to stability, say clerics

Religious leaders and the Law Society of Kenya say President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s differences threaten Kenya’s stability.

| 11 years ago

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