As Kenya prepares to hold its presidential election we examine the about-turns and new alliances that are making this the most unpredictable contest for decades.
Kenya was among the first countries in Africa to impose a lockdown but beatings and harassment by security forces have left the population more fearful about the authorities than the disease.
For some his rule was characterised by stability, for others it was a time of repression. Anver Versi weighs up the legacy of Kenya’s former President
Sworn political enemies, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his long-term opponent, Raila Odinga, have extended each other olive branches and agree to work together to unify …
Moussa Faki Mahamat : “The African Union rejects all actions that undermine constitutional order and the rule of law.”
The African Union has condemned in strongest terms, the swearing in of opposition leader Raila Odinga as the “people’s President of Kenya,” calling the action …
Onim Arando looks back at a tense few months in Kenya as Odinga’s threat of an alternative ‘swearing-in’ ceremony looms.