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Mwai Emilio Stanley Kibaki

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


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The rush for land

Competition between rival ministries in Nairobi’s coalition government stalled the negotiations; then President Mwai Kibaki’s ministers opened talks with Chinese companies to finance and develop the Lamu project...


A rough, tough battle ahead

With eight months before President Mwai Kibaki retires, Kenya faces several major challenges, all of which it must meet in order to negotiate a peaceful and legitimate transition to a new leadership and new constitutional structure...


Former aide lashes Odinga

An opinion poll showed that Odinga's ranking at the head of the queue to succeed President Mwai Kibaki was unaffected...


End of transition looms

He is more reluctant to do the same for Kenya, since its appointments are made by army officers, contrary to agreements made at the Intergovernmental Authority on Development in February in Addis Ababa and with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki last November...


Saitoti’s death leaves a gap

It was he who convened a meeting of the new KANU rebels at the Norfolk Hotel to endorse the then opposition leader, Mwai Kibaki, after which he once again deployed his immense wealth to bankroll the new opposition group to victory...


Kibaki nervous over ICC

President Mwai Kibaki is growing nervous that the International Criminal Court (ICC) cases could ultimately implicate him...


John Michuki (1932-2012): A life

His mother, Mariana Wanjiku, managed to send him to school; he paid his fees through a host of odd jobs, eventually ending up at the prestigious Mang’u High School, the Catholic mission school where he met Mwai Kibaki...

Under Mwai Kibaki, he came into his own, first as the no-nonsense Transport Minister who faced down the ‘rude boys’ of the matatu collective transport business, later as the Internal Security Minister who went after the Mungiki militia...


Who pays the pipeline

The most talked-about is one via Kapoeta and Lokichoggio to a new transport hub at Lamu; Juba and Nairobi signed a memorandum of understanding this month after President Salva Kiir Mayardit met Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki...


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