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Kenyatta

Jomo . ?1891--1978, Kenyan statesman: imprisoned as a suspected leader of the Mau Mau revolt (1953--59); elected president of the Kenya African National Union (1961); prime minister of independent Kenya (1963) and president (1964--78)
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Kenyans in turn voted against Mr Kenyatta, persuaded he was Moi Mark II and his rise a pointer to upcoming Kabarak and Gatundu political dynasties.
The trip forms the second leg of Kenyatta's seven-day visit to the region and follows three days of bilateral talks with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness.
My proposals for images are Jomo Kenyatta on the Sh1,000 note, Oginga Odinga on Sh500, Kipchoge Keino on Sh200, Sh100 - Tom Mboya, Sh50 - Kurito ole Kisio, Sh20 - Mekatilili wa Menza, Sh10 - Syokimau, Sh5 - Masinde Muliro and Dedan Kimathi on the Sh1 coin.
When two of Kenya's great political adversaries--Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga--clashed in the country's disputed 2017 general election, few would have imagined the pair would shake hands just months later.
Before we begin to apportion blames as to who is right or wrong, between Kenyatta and Odinga, it is proper to establish certain facts regarding the Kenyan elections.
Nairobi [Kenya], Nov 28 ( ANI ): Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday was sworn in for a second term as Kenya's president, CNN reports.
Meanwhile at the 60,000-seat Kasarani stadium, military parades, a 21-gun salute, traditional dancing and drumming accompanied Kenyatta's vows to heal the wounded nation.
President Uhuru Kenyatta similarly ruled out sharing power when addressing elected members of county assemblies from his Jubilee Party on Saturday.
Kenyatta, 52, is the son of Kenya's first president, Jomo Kenyatta, and a longtime participant in the country's political life.
THE HAGUE (TAP) - The International Criminal Court (ICC)'s chief prosecutor dropped, on Friday, charges against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta for alleged crimes against humanity.
NNA - The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor on Friday dropped a case against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta alleging crimes against humanity, saying there was insufficient evidence to take him to trial.