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Mwai Emilio Stanley Kibaki

Date of Birth: 15 November 1931
Place of Birth: Gatuyaini Village, Othaya, Nyeri district, Central Province


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Mungiki’s new man

Neither do many Kenyans take seriously President Mwai Kibaki’s promise last year to arrest the militia and gangs that attack Kenyans...


The battle for the basic law

At the same time his party leader Prime Minister Raila Odinga has declared himself a Yes vote with President Mwai Kibaki as part of Odinga’s relentless pursuit of the presidency in 2012...


Yes, No and in between

THE YES CAMP President Mwai Kibaki’s enthusiasm for the proposed constitution has surprised many as has his rapprochement with Premier Odinga alongside whom he has campaigned at almost every rally...


The rise of the watermelons

The leaders of the two main parties President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga seem to agree on the fundamentals...


Witnesses under threat

The 8-13 May visit of International Criminal Court Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo to Kenya allowed President Mwai Kibaki’s government to maintain the pretence that it is cooperating with the ICC...


Worrying the witnesses

Although it named several in President Mwai Kibaki’s Party of National Unity that it suspected of involvement in the violence it appeared more reluctant to name suspects in Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s Orange Democratic Movement...


German exile

Kaunya is a case in point: he clashed with his commanders before the 2007 elections and questioned orders to deploy undercover officers to work as election agents for President Mwai Kibaki’s Party of National Unity in marginal constituencies in Western Kenya...


A blow against impunity

Organised militias and police killed over 1 100 civilians following President Mwai Kibaki's disputed election victory in December 2007 and chased more than 300 000 people from their homes...


A dangerous compromise

Taking office President Mwai Kibaki vowed to deliver a new constitution in 100 days...


Maize splits the Grand Coalition

Although suggesting that government ministers stand aside while they are under investigation is standard practice President Mwai Kibaki countermanded Odinga’s instructions told the ministers they should stay put and that Odinga did not have the power to fire them...


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