Treating Mt Kenya as ‘political bride’ displays contempt

Mt Kenya should not be seen as a prize. There should be no arranged marriages or backroom deals in Kenyan politics

In Summary

• The recent press conference by 40 legislators from the region is a case in point.

• These political surrogates’ main bone of contention appears to be the reforms expected when the Building Bridges Initiative report is released.

Some have called Mt Kenya the ‘political bride’ for the 2022 elections.

Its role in the succession battle after President Uhuru Kenyatta’s second and final term has been seen to have an ...

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