While the move brokered by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan for a coalition government under which the contending parties will share power has brought peace to Kenya, and has been widely welcomed, the initiative is not without its problems, especially in terms of governance. Antony Otieno Ong'ayo examines some of these.
While the tensions and apprehension as a result of the post-election violence in Kenya subside, focus is now placed on the newfound relationship between the antagonists during the 2007 elections.
Antony Otieno Ong'ayo provides an in-depth analysis of the Kenyan crisis, sparked by rigged elections.
While the whole world is aware of the crisis is in Kenya, thanks to the international and local media, most of their reporting is accurate, however, there is need for an honest analysis of the situation in Kenya
It is sad at this moment in time to apply outdated tactics of muzzling the people who are expressing a democratic right.