Election

preaching peace in mathare

February 22, 2013
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Election is under away and people are everywhere preaching peace, walter otieno of map mathare was out there preaching peace thru clean up and talks to schools both primary and secondary and the community.
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teaching on the causes of conflict walter otieno member of map mathare teachimg on the causes of conflict in mathare

preaching peace

peace being preaced to primary school kids primary school children were also taught tips of keeping peace
peace event in diffferent location in mathare

PEACE FORUM IN HURUMA

February 11, 2013
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PEACE FORUM IN HURUMA

Peace forum held on 9th Feb. 2012 by Hatua Youth Power and Peace for Africa and economic development (PAD). During the introduction Eddy Gicheru Oketch the founder and trustee member said “PAD is a team building organization and it’s found by the fact that peace is not a product of bad process”. It Provide...

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Safina Party visits mathare

February 9, 2013
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Safina Party visits mathare

Safina party whose emblem is symbolized by a boat is among political parties that have a candidate racing for the presidency. Honorable Paul Muite presidential candidate Safina party was in Mathare,Huruma,Kiamaiko and its environs in a caravan with stopovers at matatu stages ,market,playground and ‘bases’ to address the citizens he was accompanied by his...

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Voter education vital before elections

February 6, 2013
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As we approach March 2013 general elections I urge the government and other stakeholders to forge a voter education because policing alone cannot be the proper solution to the threats to violence before, during and after the elections. Indeed placing the burden of peaceful election entirely on our police service and the provincial administration...

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PARTY NOMINATIONS

February 6, 2013
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Party nominations of county representatives, MPs, senators and Governors were conducted simultaneously on 17th and 18th January respectively with supporters of each party choosing their very best candidates. Though there were chaos, the police force and the provincial administration ensured security was updated within the polling stations. Although the ODM and TNA dominated the...

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