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Daniel Toroitich arap Moi (Nyayo)

Date of Birth: 2/9/1924
Place of Birth: Sacho, Baringo County


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Kibaki loses his peers

Kibaki along with former Attorney General Charles Mugane Njonjo backed Daniel arap Moi then Kenyatta’s deputy...


John Michuki (1932-2012): A life

He used these positions to acquire considerable wealth land and property and his political career as a member of parliament and assistant minister in Daniel arap Moi’s government consolidated his position as a Kikuyu leader...


A vote on unfinished business

This year’s politics and the race to succeed Kibaki are set to resemble those of the 2002 elections which were dominated by the race to choose a successor to President Daniel arap Moi...


Succession not reform

The first is Martha Karua leader of the National Rainbow Coalition-Kenya party a former activist-politician who cut her teeth among the motley crew of Young Turks that stood up to President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi in his autocratic heyday...


Nairobi needs its fix

Mwau began his career in 1968 in the police where he still has influence and in 1997 he headed the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission (KACC) for six months before being dismissed by President Daniel arap Moi...


The trouble with Tobiko

He represented a former Permanent Secretary of Internal Affairs (and President Daniel arap Moi’s one-time security chief) Zakayo Cheruiyot in the Anglo-Leasing case having opposed proponents of reform in the 1990s at the height of the agitation for a new constitution...


Fuel crisis endangers regimes

Refinery politics When President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi’s government liberalised the oil sector in 1994 the refinery served as a barrier to other smaller companies trying to enter the market...


Through the Wikihole

Cables listed Orange Democratic Movement leaders suspected of ‘inciting and organising inter-ethnic violence’ as William Ole Ntimama ex-President Daniel arap Moi’s internal security boss Zakayo Cheruiyot Kabando wa Kabando and Musa Cherutich Sirma...


First pick your judge

In 2000 he awarded record damages for libel to Nicholas Kipyator Biwott the strongman of Daniel arap Moi’s regime who had sued the publishers of Iain West’s Casebook for implicating him in the murder of Foreign Minister Robert Ouko...


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