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Vol 60 No 3

Published 8th February 2019


Kenya

The President's anger

Kenyatta’s frustration with the slowness of change is visible as he looks to his legacy and Ruto ponders the next election

For a leader who has tamed the political ambitions of the main opposition party and brought it to support his government's national unity and development agenda, President Uhuru Kenyatta increasingly strikes the pose of an angry, impatient, and intemperate man, in public and in private. With three years of his second and final term left to run he realises with each passing day that his chances of leaving a distinguished legacy to Kenya get slimmer, pundits in Nairobi are saying.

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