Ken on 10th Mar

My fellow Kenyans, thank you. Thank you for all your patience and your support along the way Asanteni Sana. I thank God for sustaining us and for bringing us this far. I thank all those who have remained vigilant in prayer...

Ken on 10th Mar

This is the statement released by Raila Odinga on the just concluded elections. DEMOCRACY ON TRIAL:Fellow Kenyans; A very good evening to all of you. We again stand at a very pivotal moment in our history. We have created a new Kenya out of the ashes of the one that was nearly destroyed by the terrible violence which followed the tainted election...

Ken on 09th Mar

Prime minister Raila Odinga has refused to concede after IEBC chairman announced Uhuru Kenyatta the winner of the just concluded elections. Raila said that the tallying exercise was fraudulent and that it was part of the rigging plan that all ‘modern’ instruments of result transmission collapse. Raila, in a report titled ‘Kenya’s...

Ken on 09th Mar

Like others before it, this election was not devoid of prophecies, most of which talked about the presidential race. In December last year, Prophet Dionny Baez of Venezuela told his congregation in Nairobi that Kenya’s next president would come from Mount Kenya. That was loosely translated to mean that Uhuru Kenyatta would be Kenya’s...

Ken on 09th Mar

Kenya election: Uhuru Kenyatta ‘wins vote count’ Kenya’s Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta appears to have won the presidential election by the tightest of margins, provisional results indicate. After all the votes were counted he had polled 50.03% of the vote, 4,109 votes over the threshold required for outright victory.But...

Ken on 09th Mar

Wikipedia, the website that Google gets most of its stuff, has already been updated to read ‘President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta’. This was just a few minutes after the official announcement of the final tally by IEBC.This is what the statement read by 4:30 AM.“On March 8th 2013, Uhuru won the presidency of the republic of Kenya earning...

Ken on 09th Mar

Uhuru Kenyatta is officially Kenya’s fourth president after the final tally by IEBC showed he had garnered 50.03% of the votes case. Kenyatta got 6,173,433 votes with Raila Odinga coming in second at 5,340,546. The total number of votes cast was 12,338,667.  Towards the end of the tallying, it emerged that the race was not between Kenyatta...

Ken on 09th Mar

Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is now officially Kenya’s fourth president. This is after beating his closest rival Raila Odinga by over 800,000 votes. He garnered 6,173,433 against Raila’s 5,340,546. This marked 50.03% of the votes cast.oThe official announcement is expected to be made on Saturday by IEBC chairman Isaack Hassan, five days after...

Ken on 08th Mar

Here is an article appearing on the New York Times, talking about the possibilities and consequences of an Uhuru Kenyatta presidency. NAIROBI, Kenya — He has been charged with heinous crimes, accused of using a vast fortune to bankroll death squads that slaughtered women and children. His running mate also faces charges of crimes against humanity,...

Ken on 07th Mar

Mpuru Aburi, the man who closely resembles Raila Odinga has defied the TNA wave in Meru to win the Tigania East parliamentary seat on an ODM ticket. Aburi garnered more than 16,000 votes, with his closest rival Jacob Mati garnering close to 12,000 votes. Mpuri has always accompanied Raila in his Meru trips, and that has only helped fuel rumours...