Ken on 12th Feb

Mohamed Dida: A schoolteacher who joined the race spectacularly late, the political first-timer lit up the four-hour debate with his common touch, spiced with anecdotes that bordered on the comical. While he tended to rumble and be incoherent at times, Dida, 38, asked some basic but hard questions directed at the two perceived frontrunners,...

Ken on 11th Feb

[Photo|| Nation] The first ever Presidential Debate was hosted last night and televised to millions of people worldwide. Candidates started streaming in at around 6:30 PM and the debate was ready to start at 7:30. Paul Muite and Mohammed Diba had earlier in the day obtained a court order stopping the debate unless they were included. The...

Ken on 10th Feb

The stage is set for tonight’s Presidential Debate which will be held at Brookhouse School, Nairobi and aired by all leading TV and radio stations in the country. Six presidential candidates will take part in this historic exercise. They include: Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, Peter Kenneth, Martha Karua and James ole Kiyiapi....

Ken on 10th Feb

Tonight, history will be made as Kenya holds its first ever Presidential Debate. This important event will be held at Brookhouse International School’s auditorium and will be broadcast live by all major TV and radio stations in the country. A video feed will also be provided to CNN, BBC, Aljazeera and Reuters. Google through it’s site...

Ken on 07th Feb

The whole of this week, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has been the subject of attack following his 13 minute PowerPoint presentation where he declares Uhuru Kenyatta the next president of Kenya. In his analysis, he says the election was won on December 18th when IEBC announced voter registration figures. According to him, Uhuru is heading to the...

Ken on 07th Feb

Don’t Get Twisted elections are a passing cloud. We will still be Kenyans /brothersFellow Kenyans, we always live like brothers and sisters. we watch same matches, we play games together, we celebrate our victories as Kenyans, we learn in different institutions as Kenyans, get employed regardless of our ethnicity, listen to same songs, worship...

Ken on 06th Feb

Just days after pulling out of the presidential race, Kingwa Kamencu is seriously looking for a job. The former presidential aspirant posted her qualifications on her Facebook wall, asking anyone with information that may lead to her getting a job to kindly forward it. This was her post. Moving forward to earn my bread; a sista needs to survive. Potential...

Ken on 06th Feb

On Tuesday, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi appeared on Citizen TV, where he sensationally stated that Jubilee is going to win by a landslide.  In a report titled Tyranny of Numbers, Mutahi explained how GEMA and Kalenjin communities alone could win an election and why he believes they will win. Referring to IEBC voter registration numbers, Mutahi...

Ken on 05th Feb

In a recent meet the people tour in Donholm, Nairobi governor aspirant Ferdinand Waititu was caught on camera dishing out money to some youths. The TNA candidate started by giving a very short but articulate speech on what he would do for the people of Nairobi. He said he would make sure everyone had a job, and that no one would be sleeping hungry....

Ken on 04th Feb

Last night, Citizen TV’s Hussein Mohammed hosted Kabando wa Kabando and Tom Ojwang on Monday Special. The latter was to represent CORD with the former representing Jubilee. This is the third time Kabando was appearing on the show in as many weeks.  For the last two weeks, Kabando has established himself as ‘no push over’ in debates,...