John Githongo (47), Kenya’s former anti-corruption Tsar sneaked out of the country in 2005 and went into exile in the UK. To a handful others it was good riddance and they hoped he would never come back. Many Kenyans were disillusioned and thought the anti-corruption war was over and lost.
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Citizen TV’s Cheche is one of the leading political talk shows in Kenya. Usually in the hot seat are politicians and people similarly connected with state affairs. One of the three panellists is Media Institute director, David Makali, who also appears on Sunday Live on the same station as a political analyst.
The month of June is momentous for Dr Willy Munyoki Mutunga in several ways. Not only does he turn 66 on June 16 this year, when the world marks Soweto Day, on June 20, 2012 it will be exactly one year since he was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya – under a new Constitution.
The Tuju home literally sprawls, spreading itself across the landscape like a magnificent behemoth. Walking in does not make it any less intimidating.
His experience in documentary production was exemplary making him the first TV producer in Africa to get an international Emmy Award
Kenya is still celebrating its rebirth with the new constitution. The babe is now kicking in the enthusiasm of the once elusive Agenda 4 Issues: More sound stipulations on constitutional, legal and institutional reforms; structures to tackle poverty, inequality and regional development imbalances; attention on unemployment – especially among youth; consolidating national cohesion and unity; healthier land reforms policies; addressing transparency, accountability and impunity and more.