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Charity Kaluki Ngilu

Date of Birth: 28 January 1952
Place of Birth: Mbooni, Makueni County, Kenya


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At the end of the Rainbow

On 21 October at the Nairobi Hilton Hotel, a former Moi loyalist, Moody Awori of NARC, announced the lineup for the top jobs under a Kibaki presidency ­ Raila Odinga as the aspiring prime minister; Kijana Wamalwa for first vice-president; Musyoka for second vice-president; Kipruto Kirwa and Charity Ngilu for deputy prime ministers...


KANU at war

KANU's problems are more serious since Rainbow leaders Saitoti, Energy Minister Raila Odinga and Tourism Minister Kalonzo Musyoka attended a rally last week beside the formal opposition National Alliance of Kenya (NAK) led by Mwai Kibaki, Michael Kijana Wamalwa and Charity Ngilu and the People's Alliance under Simeon Nyachae...


Over the rainbow

Odinga, Saitoti and Kamotho have met the NAK leaders, Kibaki, Charity Ngilu and Michael Kijana Wamalwa...


The generation game

'The Big Three' ­ Mwai Kibaki, Michael Kijana Wamalwa (Forum for the Restoration of Democracy-Kenya leader) and Charity Ngilu (Kenya National Party) ­ have had several breakfast discussions about selecting a common candidate and have formed a joint committee...


Cat and mouse

They have contacted most Kamba MPs, Charity Ngilu and her Social Democratic Party, and Simeon Nyachae...


Unconstitutional

It keeps at arm's length from the opposition parties, remaining separate from a reform group of key opposition leaders - the Democratic Party's Mwai Kibaki, Saba-Saba Asili's Kenneth Matiba, Charity Ngilu of the Social Democratic Party and influential members of parliament James Orengo, Shem Ochuodho and Peter Anyang Nyongo...


Before the storm

Politicians from the smaller ethnic groups are manoevering: • Nyachae, Saitoti, Madoka, Ngala, and two Kamba leaders, Kalonzo Musyoka and Charity Ngilu...


Seriously, though

Then as the horror unfolded, compassion and civic duty took over, producing some unexpected political events: • In a rare show of unity, Moi drove to the bomb site on the day after the massacre with his opponent, Democratic Party leader Mwai Kibaki, the Social Democratic Party’s Charity Ngilu and KANU allies, Raila Odinga of National Development Party and Michael Wamalwa Kijana of the Forum for Democracy-Kenya...


Hugging the opposition

The goal is a Western-Rift Valley ruling coalition, to isolate the Kikuyu of Central Kenya, their Democratic Party (41 MPs), and its ethnic allies Safina (6 MPs) and Charity Ngilu’s Social Democratic Party (16 MPs)...


Moi's last lap

Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, Education Minister; standard bearer of the Kamba, born-again Christian, lawyer and former (undistinguished) Foreign Minister; his tough pro-Moi election campaign stopped the predicted landslide of Charity Ngilu in Kambaland...


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