Kenya’s High Court last month ruled President Uhuru Kenyatta’s proposed constitutional reforms were illegal.
The second republic Kenyans tried to create with the 2010 constitution looks much like what it was supposed to replace.
The initiative assumes our problems can be cured by letting the political class dictate how history is to be told.
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta opened summit by pledging to end female genital mutilation by 2022.
The judiciary was allocated just over half of its requested budget for the current fiscal year.
There is a growing divide between President Kenyatta and Deputy Ruto, highlighted by a recent corruption scandal.
Uhuru Kenyatta appoints Labour Minister Ukur Yatani Kanacho as acting finance minister.
Screws are being tightened on Kenya’s media, but many outlets also have credibility issues. Plus, Macron and the media.
Kenyan government keeps TV stations off air and opposition politician is arrested in aftermath of symbolic inauguration.
The president of Ghana talks to Al Jazeera about his country’s democratic success and his hopes for the continent.
Political foes Ruto and Odinga give their perspectives on last week’s rerun of Kenya’s presidential election.
President Uhuru Kenyatta, winner of the elections with 98 percent of the vote, says he expects victory to be challenged.
In a presidential poll marred by violence and a boycott, Kenyatta declared winner with 98 percent of the votes cast.
Deputy president blames opposition for ‘organising’ violence since presidential poll rerun that has claimed eight lives.