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Story by JOHN HARBESON Publication Date: 3/30/2008 Kenyans should know that the country’s friends around the world are anxious to see if the power-sharing agreement negotiated between PNU and ODM will result in the resumption of peace. President Kibaki (right) shakes hands with ODM Raila Odinga at Harambee House in Nairobi after they signed a … Continue reading

Nothing costs more than a cheap politician!

   Posted by maasaiwarrior on August 11th, 2007 Nothing costs more than a cheap politician! The funny thing about political  jokes is that many a times they are elected once and again. In many cases, you would hear many Kenyans  commenting that they prefer the devil they know than the angel they haven’t met. In … Continue reading

Dick Praises Osewe

28-07-07Stockholm.   Step up pressure for the liberation of the poor Wananchi.     Dear Kenyans, as you launch CCM Sweden Branch to day here in Bagarmossen Stockholm, I would like to remind you what you might have forgotten; that the downtrodden wananchi are going through a very difficult time back at home.   The … Continue reading


Socialism works; why are we so fixated on capitalism? Story by O.H.J OSWAGO Publication Date: 2007/07/18COMMENTARY. Daily Nation EVO MORALES (BOLIVIA), Hugo Chavez (Venezuela), Daniel Ortega ((Nicaragua), and Fidel Castro (Cuba): Do they represent no more than opposition to American hegemony in the hemisphere or a resurgence of socialism as a model for human development? … Continue reading

Who is telling the truth? ”Kenya Police as blood-thirsty as mungiki itself”.

By Standard Team. 12.07.07 Hurried funerals without ceremony under instructions from the administration are the new kind of burials in Nyakahura village, Murang’a North District. Since seven suspected members of the proscribed mungiki sect were shot dead in an oathing ceremony recently, villagers have followed that script during their funerals. Relatives of a slain Mungiki … Continue reading

comments from MaasaiWarrior

Posted by MaasaiWarrior on June 11th, 2007 You said: Waao what a fantastic idea!! female poor Children in Kenya refuse to go to school almost one week every month because of lack of a sanitary pad!!! believe it or not but many children do not even afford a pant leave alone a sanitary pad!! Imagine … Continue reading

Comments from Secretary General

Posted by Dick Kamau on June 11th, 2007 What a wonderful country this could be if we all think and act for our poor who cannot even aford a pad each month? Thanks Mrs Nduta Koigi you have proved that there is someone out there who cares for our daughters. Men, where are you and … Continue reading