Of 'troubled presidency' and rise of civil society


- standardmedia.co.ke | 8 months ago

With the donors seemingly deciding that they do not have to refrain from pressuring Kenya anymore in part because it seems as if Uhuru’s government can be had, Civil Society operators feel emboldened to mount movements toward power grab.

This might explain a flurry of activities and alarming statements that were common during the troubled Mwai Kibaki presidency and Uhuru’s first term. They increasingly talk of “transitional government”, meaning the seizure of state.

Trouble in the presidency

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