Queen Elizabeth’s passing should provoke a self-examination of our own role in preserving colonial heritage.
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Both have a habit of letting supporters down. But as Kenya tries to move beyond its latest election, there is hope.
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As Africans, we should realise that it is now our turn to support the British people’s aspirations for democracy.
Queen today is Jekyll to UK’s Hyde – encapsulating the glory and benevolence of empire with the evil separated out.
Kenyans tend to look back at the Kibaki years with rose-tinted glasses, but I have my doubts.