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Kenya

Mwai Emilio Stanley Kibaki

Date of Birth: 15/11/1931
Place of Birth: Gatuyaini Village, Othaya, Nyeri district, Central Province


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Raila rebounds

Odinga then led a strong splinter group out of KANU in 2002 that allied with Mwai Kibaki's opposition National Alliance of Kenya (NAK) to hand the emasculated KANU a resounding defeat at that year's general elections...


Separatists on the march

In 1998, Mwai Kibaki led a group of MPs calling for the secession and formation of a new State of Central Kenya in protest against President Daniel arap Moi's government...


The incumbent never loses

His chosen successor, the youthful Uhuru Kenyatta, son of the first president, was decisively defeated by the National Alliance Rainbow Coalition (NARC), an alliance of the 'Rainbow Coalition' of KANU defectors around Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and George Saitoti, and the 'National Alliance' of Mwai Kibaki, Charity Ngilu and Kijana Wamalwa, which – through Kibaki's Democratic Party - had been the enduring centre of political opposition to KANU since 1991...


Vote-rigging just got harder

In the 2007 elections, the European Union (EU) Election Observation Mission found that results read out at national level for the presidential election in the Molo and Kieni constituencies gave the then President, Mwai Kibaki, far more votes than their officials had recorded at constituency level...


Opinion polls in question

As candidate for the then ruling Kenya Africa National Union, Kenyatta lost the 2002 elections to Mwai Kibaki, who headed an opposition alliance...


Finding Africa on K Street

' Eyebrows were raised by the potential involvement in advising Odinga of John Githongo, the anti-corruption official in the then President Mwai Kibaki's government who turned whistle-blower over the Anglo-Leasing scandal (AC Vol 57 No 23, Empty words on graft)...


Empty words on graft

' Apart from that presidential broadside, the event was a damp squib, made noteworthy by the absence of two key invitees: John Githongo, the anti-corruption czar in President Mwai Kibaki's government who turned whistle-blower on the Anglo-Leasing scandal in 2004, and economist David Ndii, who has persistently attacked the government's handling of funds from the KSh...


Amina jumps to the front

Approaches have been made to Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, who was Vice-President to the then President, Mwai Kibaki, between 2008 and 2013...


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