Posts Tagged ‘ CORD ’

Mathare Decide

August 11, 2014
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Today very early in the morning people turned out to vote for the member of parliament. Poling stations were opened by 6 O’clock . The turnout was very low, voters were taking the shortest time ever. Few cases of voter bribery has been reported and some voters arrested. There was heavy presence of security...

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SABA SABA EVENTS

July 9, 2014
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SABA SABA EVENTS

On 7th July 2014 mostly known to Kenyans as Saba Saba was eagerly waited. The opposition had vowed that they want a national dialogue with the government. The whole country was tensed, CORD moved from county to county trying to inform people why they need a dialogue. The grand rally was to be held...

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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

April 4, 2013
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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

After a disappointing ruling by the Supreme Court to the majoritarian, this triggered peace where tension and chaos were witnessed in most parts of the country especially Nairobi the capital city mostly the hotspots like Mathare, Kibra,Ruaraka, Embakasi North and Kasarani constituencies. As soon as the chief Justice announced that the presidential petition was...

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Things getting back slowly

March 6, 2013
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Things getting back slowly

Few shops opened, people are getting back to the streets after they waited for the result without success this happened afterissues rose that IEBC system was hacked and they were going to start tallying the presidential result manually. Different aspirants won in different categories within mathare constituency and the people were force to move...

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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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