Posts Tagged ‘ elections ’

WORK AS USUAL

March 11, 2013
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WORK AS USUAL

  Today morning things looked normal and everybody was busy to ensure things are in order. In schools students and pupil were back to class and lessons were rolling as usual. ‘Mama mboga ‘were also selling their vegetables, men were also busy with their works. Matatus were also filled with passengers who were going to...

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voters mood

March 7, 2013
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voters mood

After a peaceful general election, conducted by IEBC, the voters are calm and eagerly waiting for the presidential result, and official declaration of their preferred candidates for the seats of governor, senator, member of parliament and county reps respectively. With counting still in progress, the mood from either sides on ground is neutral and...

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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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By tomorrow they should have the results, hopefully.

March 5, 2013
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By tomorrow they should have the results, hopefully.

In 2007, things began to go wrong because the end result came late: the counting of electoral ended three days after the vote. And not only that.   What triggered off the first violence was an act that shocked the population completely. In the afternoon of the third day went by the current across the...

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ITS FINALLY HERE

March 4, 2013
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ITS FINALLY HERE

the long awaited 4th march is finally here, very early morning voters were woken up with vuvuzelas and whistles as a mobilization tool asking the Kenyan citizen to come out in large number and vote.at the poling station things were not normal because it was 5:30am early morning and the queue was very long...

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