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Behind the headlines story

By | June 28th 2011
Are the roles changing? Or is the civil society getting fed up with activism and seeking to join mainstream government? These are the questions being raised following recent developments where celebrated civil society activists have joined government and other constitutional offices. This has raised fears that the power of the civil society movement in kenya is gradually declining. Today we go behind the headlines to take a look at why former civil society bulldogs are crossing over into the government. Here’s KTN’s Noah Otieno.
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