No time for half-hearted noise or waiting games Kenya needs a revolution – US agency report
After three elections in which the opposition appeared to have won convincingly only for the electoral body and some foreign observers to give the verdict to the governing party, there are questions about whether Kenya can be the standard bearer in Africa, having held elections periodically since independence in 1963....
Kenyan voters are still reluctant to change ‘rules of the game [that] have rigged elections against them – report
New information points to the possibility of foreign powers having had a hand in propping President Uhuru Kenyatta as fears mounted that Kenya was ceding its primacy as regional economic, military and technological staging ground for the war against terrorism and money-laundering to the new kids on the block – Ethiopia, Tanzania and Rwanda.
Court users in northern Kenya bolster fight against sexual violence
Due to the high number of cases, several interest groups have launched an aggressive civic education and empowerment programme within the county.