KIBAKI

  • Repay us for stolen school funds: UK to Kenya June 23, 2011

    Nairobi: Revelations that $45 million meant to pay for elementary students education was stolen is turning into political poison in Kenya, where activists on Wednesday locked themselves in the education minister's offices to demand his arrest. The UK, a major donor to Kenya, told the government that the portion of stolen...
  • Violence continues in Kenya, 20 killed January 19, 2008

    Nairobi: The violence in Kenya shows no signs of abating. More that 20 people have been killed in violent clashes between pro and antigovernment groups. Massive protests rocked the opposition strongholds in Nairobi, Mombasa Port and Narok on Friday. Protesters even pulled out railway tracks at Nairobi's Kibera Slum, crippling...
  • Odinga supporters, police clash in Kenya, 12 killed January 17, 2008

    New delhi: At least 12 people have been killed in fresh clashes in Kenya between supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga and police forces. Tens of thousands of people thronged the streets of Nairobi and other towns in protest against the reelection of President Mwai Kibaki. The police fired in...
  • Former UN secygen, Annan to mediate in Kenya January 11, 2008

    New Delhi: Kofi Annan will leave to Kenya to mediate the crisis between the rival parties after President John Kufuor of Ghana failed to do so. The African Union has decided to send the former UN General Secretary to solve the Kenyan crisis and broker a truce between the government...
  • Kenya prez polls loser alleges foul play January 2, 2008

    New Delhi: Kenya's defeated presidential candidate Raila Odinga has called for a public rally on Wednesday. His earlier attempt to hold a rally in Nairobi was banned by the government. Odinga says he's been robbed of a certain election victory. He has cited counting discrepancies, abnormally high turnout rates and long...
  • '50 burnt in church' as Kenya violence spreads January 1, 2008

    Nairobi: At least 50 bodies have been found in a burnt church, The Associated Press has reported the Red Cross as saying, as tribal tensions simmered following the contested election of incumbent President Mwai Kibaki. A local reporter told CNN he counted at least 15 charred bodies, including those of children,...
  • Kenya poll violence continues, 100 dead December 31, 2007

    New Delhi: Over 100 people are feared dead in the third straight day of violence in Kenya polls. Opposition activists, looters and rioters have clashed in several parts of the country, including the capital Nairobi. The clashes, mostly between rival tribes, were triggered after Thursday's disputed reelection of President Mwai Kibaki. A ban...