//
archives

Archive for

KENYAN TROOPS MOVE NEAR THE LAKE-UGANDA KENYAN VICTORIA ISLANDS- WAR?

 (Kenyan army and Navy seen heading to bases near the lake. Additional information by a source). By Daily Nation-Talks on Lake Victoria border row set up By ELISHA OTIENO and PMPS Posted Sunday, January 18 2009 at 19:10       The Government is in talks with Uganda to solve a boundary row involving some islands in Lake Victoria. Prime … Continue reading

RADIO ACTIVE WASTE DUMPED IN SOMALIA

Pirates and Mercenaries and Islamists, Oh My! By Joseph Huff-Hannon From the January 16, 2009 issue | Posted in International | Email this article NUCLEAR WASTE DUMPING, FISH POACHING AND U.S.-BACKED PROXY WAR DRIVE COASTAL CRISIS Somalia’s status as the global epicenter of piracy seemed verified when, on Jan. 9, the U.S. Navy released a … Continue reading

SHEIKH SHERIF AHMED OF SOMALIA a savior or killer?

LIFTED FROM benadir-watch.com gaatamo@benadir-watch.co CATCHING UP WITH SHEIKH XARIIF! Dear Sheikh Xariif, It is so exciting to hear from you once again. Right after you left the killing fields of Southern Somalia, back in January 2007, people did not hear from you. You must have been testing the waters, but I knew that you would … Continue reading

IN DEFENCE OF A KENYAN FREE MEDIA

IN DEFENSE OF THE FREE KENYAN MEDIA. CCM stands in place of a pro-poor people movement. The Party, unabashedly, at all times proclaims the greatness of Kenyan people to the world. Kenyan Wananchi are no longer invisible of the world given the Obama factor. And just because the Wananchi have been subju­gated for decades by … Continue reading

RAILA NOW TO QUIT ODM PNU COALITION UNLESS

 By Isaac Ongiri The delicate Grand Coalition is on shaky ground — ODM is unhappy with how partner PNU and specifically President Kibaki is running the Government. On Monday, the party’s senior Cabinet members met under Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s leadership — to send its message home. In contention is a raft of issues since … Continue reading

USELESS SCAPEGOATS,KENYA

Published on 05/01/2009 The Standard Fellow countrymen, greetings from one of your servants, a Kenya Police officer. I know it is wise to listen more and talk less but last year, we in the force listened too much. Everybody spent time addressing us: Politicians, Waki, pretenders to human rights, Mungiki (under various pseudonyms), the media … Continue reading