Kenya: MPs 'Mischief' Infuriates Civil Society
Nairobi - Civil Society Organisations have called on President Mwai Kibaki not to assent to the Statute Law, Bill that sailed through Parliament on Thursday.
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#1 Jun 22, 2012
Concerning switching parties I dont support august house as this will deny political parties their strength. We need stable parties. On academics I believe leadership comes from God and not how far a person is educated. Most importantly is literacy which any O level holder has. More so kenyans need to be led by themselves. And who are the majority in this country? O level or degree holders
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