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WE SHALL BE MISSING YOU WANGARI MATHAI

          On behalf of myself and our Chama Cha Mwananchi members, we send  our condolences to the family of the departed Nobel Prize winner Prof WANGARI MATHAI. The death of the Kenyan  prof has robbed the world a master of patience and determination to make not only Kenya but the world … Continue reading

KENYANS, GROW UP OR PERISH

  Kenyans when shall you grow up?  It’s fascinating to observe, as your mind expands and the cell door creaks open, how the issues and concerns that occupy our minds, screw us up, and give us a bad sense of self, simply don’t matter.  We are just conditioned to think they matter and so we … Continue reading

THE KIKUYU ORIGIN, SOUTH AFRICA

The Kikuyu People A Historical Overview The Kikuyu come from Bantu-speaking people who migrated from Lake Chad (Nigeria, Cameroon area) to Southern Africa before migrating upward to North and East Africa. They entered the Nyeri area where the Kikuyu villages are around 1000 A.D. Because of previously acquired iron working skills they tamed the area … Continue reading

KENYAN SOCIALIST PRESIDENT 2012, DICK KAMAU

Due to the ordinary public demand and international support from powerful Nations for me to join the race as the only socialit candidate in the race for Kenyan presidency come 2012, I now intend to join the race to State House in the year 2012. For Kiambu Governor CCM Party will settle for a joint … Continue reading

THE KENYAN HOUSE OF WOLVES AND FOXES

          KENYA: THE HOUSE OF WOLVES AND FOXES I found this article of almost 5 years ago relevant to our current state of affairs. I lifted it from Kenya Young Voter’s Alliance blog.       Malcolm X had no illusions in the so-called differences between the Democrats and Republicans. “One … Continue reading

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