Hundreds of supporters of opposition leader Odinga took to the streets.
Elections in Rwanda and Kenya yield mixed results. In South Africa, cronyism wins the day.
The task as citizens in upholding democracy has just begun.
New media has created a battlefield that could alter the course of politics in the country.
With passionate support beyond his ethnic base, opposition presidential candidate Raila Odinga has the strength to truly reform Kenya.
One would be hard-pressed to argue that women took "their rightful place" in developing Kenya given Gov. Kidero's assault
Corruption in Kenya: We All Know Uhuru Kenyatta's Government is Corrupt But "Raila Will 'Nefa' be President!"
Also overlooked by the so-called "good man" who is unfortunately surrounded by "bad people" is that it took him a lifetime
Like the two sides vying for the American and Kenyan presidencies, Sam and I, remained stubbornly locked in our own set of facts and parallel worlds, speaking past one another!
In my initial comments about the recent political conventions, I opined that the socio-political dynamics between Trump/GOP and Clinton/Democrats were eerily similar to the one in Kenya between Jubilee and CORD. However, my friend's response was scathing and biting.
He's already become a symbol of the problem of police violence.
The difficulty if not outright impossibility of cracking this code i.e. independently verifying the source of the wealth