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  2. Mwai Kibaki - Wikipedia

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    Nickname (s) Ubako, Baks, Senje. Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki, C.G.H. (born 15 November 1931) is a Kenyan politician who was the third President of Kenya, serving from December 2002 until April 2013. He had previously served as the fourth Vice-President of Kenya for ten years from 1978 to 1988 under President Daniel arap Moi.

  3. Talk:Josiah Mwangi Kariuki - Wikipedia

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    He also owned, in partnership with a number of friends, several properties in Nairobi’s Kirinyaga Road (formerly Grogan Road) and additionally held the title for at least five major land parcels around the country measuring thousands of hectares. Following his brutal murder on March 2 1975, JM’s business empire crumbled like a deck of cards.

  4. Anglican Church of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Official website. www .ackenya .org. The Anglican Church of Kenya is a province of the Anglican Communion, and it is composed by 37 dioceses. The current Primate and Archbishop of Kenya is Jackson Ole Sapit . The church became part of the Province of East Africa in 1960, but Kenya and Tanzania were divided into separate provinces in 1970.

  5. Hugh Cholmondeley, 3rd Baron Delamere - Wikipedia

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    Hugh Cholmondeley, 3rd Baron Delamere, KCMG (28 April 1870 – 13 November 1931), styled The Honourable from birth until 1887, was a British peer. He was one of the first and most influential British settlers in Kenya.

  6. Constituency Development Fund - Wikipedia

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    The Constituency Development Fund was introduced in Kenya in 2003 with the passage of the CDF Act 2003 by the 9th Parliament of Kenya. The CDF Act provides that the government set aside at least 2.5% of its ordinary revenue for disbursement under the CDF program. Three quarters of the amount is divided equitably between Kenya’s 210 ...

  7. Grand Regency Scandal - Wikipedia

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    Grand Regency Scandal. Erupting in June 2008, the Grand Regency Scandal concerns the sale of the Grand Regency Hotel in Downtown Nairobi, Kenya, from the Central Bank of Kenya to an unspecified group of Libyan investors called "Libya Arab African Investment Company". The sale was directed by Finance Minister Amos Kimunya, leading to passage of ...

  8. Opinion polling for the 2007 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

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    Opinion polling for the 2007 Kenyan general election. Opinion polls played an important role in the runup to the Kenyan elections of December 2007. A number of institutes published results on the presidential candidates. Nation Media employed the Kenyan Steadman market information company to conduct regular polls, which thus received the widest ...

  9. Talk:Goldenberg scandal - Wikipedia

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