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OTIENO: Why young voters might vote for Gideon Moi

A whole lot of voters who never witnessed the Moi excesses as head of state will vote

In Summary

• Kenya is also seeing the rise of President Moi’s last-born son Gideon, who is proving to be a major player in the President uhuru Kenyatta’s succession race.

• If you told Kenyans in 2002 that some 20 years later another Moi would be eying the presidency, you would have been termed mad.

In the mid-1980s, Philippines captured world’s attention.

The Filipinos had gotten tired of their President, Ferdinand Marcos, who with his kleptomaniac clan had a stranglehold on the ...