Friday, April 27, 2007

After Kibaki

One consequence of the unraveling of the contract that held the NARC-K conglomeration together was the freeing up of Mwai Kibaki to run for a second term as President. Some uncharitable cynics may say this was the plan all along. Many more will not care either way; it has after all been a relatively benign presidency. On a broad scale of factors things are looking up. The economy is riding a comely wave, big business is humming nicely and even a stock market in the midst of a corrective run manages to reflect a confidence in the future.


Wambugu P on the immediate future of Kenya's politics, especially the personalities of NARC-K and ODM. Read more here.