This savaging of the US has important lessons for Kenya. Think about how much of it is reminiscent of Kenya today. It is truly depressing to think how, even after nearly 250 years of independence, the original British colony still bears much in common with its African siblings. twitter.com/RollingS… pic.twitter.com/mmdY…
Seems @RailaOdinga took creative liberties. A decade later we are still in a "transitional phase" of implementing the 2010 constitution? Why are they trying to amend it then? And "the fight against corruption had taken off very well" in Kibaki's first term? Really? @mutuma_mathiu twitter.com/dailynat… pic.twitter.com/Zt6a…
Sad the Executive can so brazenly interfere with Parliamentary business. This is the consequence of two things: the lack of day-to-day accountability for MPs and the six-piece voting (or rigging) that gave @JubileePartyK control over both arms of govt. I hope we learn lessons. twitter.com/dailynat…
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