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As Moi predicted, Presidency has become most vulnerable

OPINION

Uhuru Kenyatta’s presidency seems to be sliding into an erratic phase marked by much foreboding and fear of blows struck by mockers.

Why Ruto must be afraid of the Moi-Kenyatta clan meetings

Why Ruto must be afraid of the Moi-Kenyatta clan meetings

Last weekend, a group of women met for lunch in Runda. The meal made it to the news. Separately, a cûcû went to pay a ‘courtesy call’ to a retired Mzee at his home. The visit also made it to the news. These two seemingly unrelated ‘rendezvous’ are very closely linked, yet we missed the link. Allow me to give you a hint.

Daisy Maritim | 4 years ago

US spy agency named Kibaki, JM Kariuki as potential Jomo Kenyatta successors

At least six years before Jomo Kenyatta died, America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had prepared a thorough assessment of the political succession in Kenya, complete with possible successors, their chances and competence, and how they would affect the country’s relations with the United States.

Alphonce Shiundu | 4 years ago

Uhuru recalls Mark Too's role in his presidency

President Uhuru Kenyatta moved mourners as he recalled how the late Mark Too played a key role in his entry into politics.

Karanja Njoroge | 4 years ago

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