Kenya opposition supporters wait for the white smoke as lawlessness spreads

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Joe Khamisi

Anyone following the political developments in Kenya must be worried, very worried, about the state of lawlessness as the country approaches a consequential general election less than four months away.

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Kenyan Opposition in a quandary over top gun

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Joe Khamisi

It is not difficult to understand the unrelenting conundrum that has befallen the four gentlemen at the head of the opposition NASA coalition in Kenya.

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Dump Jubilee, ditch NASA, go ‘small’ and elect the man from Turkana

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Joe Khamisi

Two observations Kenyans have often shared relate to the political domination of certain tribes in the leadership of the country and associated concerns over the growing build-up of ruling dynasties.

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Model US Party Conventions an eye opener to Africans

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Joe Khamisi 

Observing in close proximity the US Republican Party Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Democratic Party jamboree in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, I could not but admire the way electoral democracy works in the world’s most diverse country.

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