Ken on 11th Mar

UHURU Kenyatta ran the most expensive campaign in Kenya’s history that involved local and international strategists to become President in last week’s election.The son of Kenya’s founding president drew his campaign team from not only among his relatives but also current and former advisors of President Kibaki.Before Uhuru...

Ken on 10th Mar

This 50 little known facts about Uhuru Kenyatta were compiled by Team Uhuru on October 26, 2011 to mark his 50th birthday. He was conceived in Samburu He was born in Nairobi He is left handed He worked for KCB at Kipande House He earned 600/- while working for KCB History was his favorite subject in High School Played on the wing for St Mary’s...

Ken on 10th Mar

He may have lost the elections, but Raila Odinga fight for democracy in Kenya will forever be remembered. Because of him, and other like minded individuals, Kenya now has TNA, ODM, URP and countless other political parties. For years, Raila was detained by the government for simply advocating for democracy.  Should Raila Odinga bow out of Kenya’s...

Ken on 10th Mar

Raila Odinga Junior, son to prime minister Raila Odinga, yesterday wrote a heartfelt message to his father. He thanked him for all the sacrifices he’s made for this country, and assured him of his unconditional support in whatever step he takes.Odinga Junior posted the message on his Facebook page, and received close to 4000 likes in just...

Ken on 09th Mar

Dear Mutahi, are u and paul the octopus related Will Ole Kiyapi concede before TOOTHati pm? Will the president elect change our national anthem to include Ruto? As in ….undugu,Ruto na Uhuru #DearMutahi The phrase “The writing is on the wall”. It was Waititu,wasn’t it?” #DearMutahi does Yao Ming know Kenyan politicians...

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

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

Jubilee Coalition is getting ready for a lavish ceremony, where Uhuru Kenyatta is set to give his acceptance speech. The venue is Catholic University of Eastern Africa, CUEA in the outskirts of Nairobi. The institution’s auditorium has been prepared for the Jubilee team, with party colours and ‘Team Digital’ banners. The podium...

Ken on 08th Mar

This week saw Kenya go to the polls and wait patiently for the results. For 5 days, Kenyans have watched the results trickle in – at a snail’s speed.5 days is a long time not to go to work, and that may explain the numerous memes that have been surfacing. Below are some of them. © nairobiwire.com ...

Ken on 07th Mar

Kenya’s democracy has been maturing fast, especially after the promulgation of the new constitution. In the just concluded elections, we have for the first time seen politicians concede and even congratulate the winners. Among them were Peter Kenneth, Henry Kosgey, Gitobu Imanyara and Ferdinand Waititu.In a strange twist of events, a concession...