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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 Hague changes the game

President Mwai Kibaki ignored calls from civil society groups for the resignations of two ICC indictees: the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, 50, and the head of the civil service, Francis Kirimi Muthaura, 65...


Downturn hits election agenda

For a decade, President Mwai Kibaki’s government has focused on growth and efficiency, and it has largely achieved its goals...


Kim Hwang-sik

On a 8-13 July trip to East Africa, Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik met Kenyan Premier Raila Odinga and President Mwai Kibaki...


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Stephen Kalonzo Mususyoka

President Mwai Kibaki appointed him Foreign Minister, but by 2004 disagreements led Kibaki to reshuffle his cabinet, and Musyoka took the environment portfolio instead...


Threats to Lamu lifeline

Kenya was reticent about such a plan for years, until President Mwai Kibaki, South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit and Ethiopia’s Premier Meles Zenawi inaugurated it last month...


Oil flows eastward

President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga plan to break ground on the project in late February, after signing preliminary accords with Juba in January...


Longing for Lamu

President Mwai Kibaki, who will retire in 2012 and wants the project to be part of his legacy, had hoped to break ground by November...


It rained on their invasion

While Wetang’ula fronted the Jubaland Initiative, NSIS Director General Michael Gichangi persuaded his patron, President Mwai Kibaki...


Perth pangs

There were few other surprises but many were shocked to witness the apparently poor health of 80-year-old President Mwai Kibaki of Kenya, who could barely find his seat, let alone take part in proceedings...


Confused war aims cause alarm

Delayed reaction or diversion Kenya’s intervention in Somalia was first announced on 15 October by Minister of Internal Security George Kinuthia Saitoti and Minister of Defence Mohamed Yusuf Haji, and it was only two days later that President Mwai Kibaki informed the public that Kenya was at war...


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