Posts Tagged ‘ mapkibera ’

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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BUSINESS NOT BACK TO NORMAL

March 6, 2013
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BUSINESS NOT BACK TO NORMAL

Yesterday as people were going to vote for their preferred candidates businesses were closed and some business people went to vote while others went to their rural homes for fear of political violence like the one which occurred in 2007/2008. But today businesses is slowly getting back to normal as they have seen there...

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ELECTION OFFENCE

March 6, 2013
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ELECTION OFFENCE

ST teresa girls which is the tallying center of mathare constituency issues erupted after Ferdinand Waititu arrived at the center. its said that GM wanjohi the TNA MP aspirant had called him. When he arrived people started  shouting “roho juu” they had to be sent away to avoid commotion. Later on ballot boxes from...

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KENYANS HAVE DECIDED

March 4, 2013
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Wow! it has been a busy day for all  Kenyans whereby everyone was running to their places of registration.As i write this am sure that i voted for change.The queues were long and the sun was scorching so many voters couldn’t tolerate the sun because they were standing on the queues on empty stomach....

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

February 25, 2013
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What do we mean when we say domestic violence? This is a fight between a husband and a wife.  Many of the break-ups in a marriage are caused by this animal called domestic violence which then leads to children becoming street children. Thanks to FIDA an organization which came to fight for the rights...

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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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