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The prime minister of Kenya, who began his career as a member of parliament in 1992, before serving as minister of energy and minister of roads, public works and housing, sits down with Callywood host Cosandra Calloway to discuss the state of his nation and crisis in Lybia.
Raila Amollo Odinga (born January 7, 1945), also popularly known to Kenyans as Agwambo, is a Kenyan politician, currently serving as the Prime Minister of Kenya in a coalition government. He has served as a Member of Parliament for Langata since 1992, was Minister of Energy from 2001 to 2002, and was Minister of Roads, Public Works and Housing from 2003 to 2005. He was the main opposition candidate in the disputed 2007 presidential election. Following a post-electoral crisis that resulted in the deaths of 1,500 people and the displacement of 600,000 more, Odinga took office as Prime Minister and served as a supervisor of a national unity coalition government, in April 2008.
TONIGHT: Tues. November 25, 2014 on "NU Day" The EVOLUTION is HERE..
Tonight's Topics will include:
FREEDOM FIGHTING in FERGUSON: "What Now" ? Live report from Ground Zero and serious dialog on what this all really means AND: Marissa Alexander's plea bargain ALSO: A Political Prisoner is home after 33 years "SEKOU ODINGA"
On the "LIVE LINE" Dr. Randy Short and Bro. Mike Greys
Rift Valley MPs allied to Prime Minister Raila Odinga have launched fresh attempts to have ODM regain lost political ground in the region.They are appealing to the electorate to reconsider their stand over quitting the party, as advocated by some of their leaders led by Eldoret North MP William Ruto.The pro-Raila MPs have defended their decision to go against the political grain in the region, arguing that the ongoing political undercurrents in the country was proof that their move was wise.Led by Roads Minister Franklin Bett, the MPs have argued the decision by their colleagues to abandon the party that sponsored them to Parliament was a hasty one, which has not been well thought out, and should, therefore, be reconsidered...For more info check on our hope page http://www.eastafricaradiousa.com
Tonight we analyze the final developments on 2013 Kenya Elections !!! -- Live Tonight on KDR®™ with co-host Chris Kumekucha in Nairobi
with co-host: Chris Kumekucha TONIGHT on KDR®™ WHEN: Friday March 8, 2013 TIME: USA : 6:00 pm PST / 8:00 pm CST / 9:00 pm EST. TIME: KENYA - Saturday March 9, 2013: 5:00 am HOW: DIAL IN INFORMATION: NEW DIAL IN INFORMATION: Listener dial-in number: 712-432-0900 code: 643831 or (347) 215-8473 ASK: press *6 to get into que for asking a question or make a comment. INTL CALLERS with questions: call Skype Account: "robinsongichuhi" Kumechuka online: click here All callers discuss recent developments as votes are counted the 2013 Kenya General Election
PM Raila Odinga Live
If Elections were held today, who would you vote in as the President of Kenya? pls vote n share/invite ur friends to vote.lets see whether what they say is true.thanx Follow the link to see the polls and vote http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=question&id=10150147323270885&post_id=10150148162850885
HOSTS: Robinson Gichuhi, Chris Kumekucha, Jane Wanja & Bernard Omweri
TONIGHT on KDR®™
WHEN: Saturday April 13 2013 TIME: USA : 6:30 pm PST / 8:30 pm CST / 9:30 pm EST.
TIME: KENYA - Sunday April 14, 2013: 4:30 am HOW: DIAL IN INFORMATION: Listener dial-in number: 712-432-0900 code 643831 # (hash is needed)
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The Supreme Court will on Monday hold a hearing on the petition filed by Cord’s presidential candidate Raila Odinga challenging results that allegedly show Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta won the March 4 presidential election.
The court has made all the necessary preparations for the historic case to ensure judges deliver a ruling within the time stipulated by law.
Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki confirmed that next Saturday is the last day for the court to deliver its decision, the Easter holiday notwithstanding.
The big question is, will the courts decision divide an already divided Kenya ? Let's talk.
The Supreme Court will on Saturday deliver a historic judgment that will either clear the way for the swearing in of Mr Uhuru Kenyatta as Kenya’s fourth President, a run-off vote involving Mr Kenyatta and Prime Minister Raila Odinga or a fresh election.
The Supreme Court’s much-anticipated decision will end the stalemate over the outcome of the presidential election on March 4, 2013 that has kept the country anxious for the past two weeks.
Mr Odinga and the civil society group African Centre for Governance (Africog) filed the petitions challenging the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s declaration of Mr Kenyatta as the presidential election on March 9.
The six judges at the centre of national and international attention are Chief Justice Willy Mutunga, Justice Smokin Wanjala, Justice Philip K. Tunoi, Lady Justice Njoki Ndung’u, Justice Mohammed Ibrahim and Justice J. B. Ojwang’.
— Live Tonight on KDR®™ TONIGHT on KDR®™ WHEN: Saturday March 9, 2013 TIME: USA : 6:00 pm PST / 8:00 pm CST / 9:00 pm EST. TIME: KENYA – Thursday March 7, 2013: 5:30 am HOW: DIAL IN INFORMATION: NEW DIAL IN INFORMATION: Listener dial-in number: (712-432-0900 code 643831 INTL CALLERS with questions: call Skype Account: “robinsongichuhi” ASK: press 6 to get into que for asking a question or make a comment.
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