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  2. Kenya's Supreme Court declares presidential vote invalid ...

    NAIROBI, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Kenya's Supreme Court nullified President Uhuru Kenyatta's election win citing irregularities on Friday and ordered a new poll within 60 days after last month's voting ...

  3. 2013 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

    General elections were held in Kenya on 4 March 2013. [2] Voters elected the President, members of the National Assembly and newly formed Senate. They were the first elections held under the new constitution, which was approved in a 2010 referendum, and were also the first run by the new Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

  4. Kenyan literature - Wikipedia

    Kenya has a strong tradition of oral literature, which continues today in several languages. [1] As a result of Kenya's history, including a period where it was a former British colony, Kenyan literature concurrently belongs to several bodies of writing, including that of the Commonwealth of Nations and of Africa as a whole. [1]

  5. 1982 Kenyan coup d'état attempt - Wikipedia'état...

    The 1982 Kenyan coup d'état attempt was a failed attempt to overthrow President Daniel arap Moi 's government. At 3 A.M. on Sunday, 1 August 1982, a group of soldiers from the Kenya Air Force took over Eastleigh Air Base just outside Nairobi, and by 4 A.M. the nearby Embakasi air base had also fallen.

  6. Jean-Marie Seroney - Wikipedia

    Jean-Marie Seroney was born Eric Kipketer Seroney on Monday, 25 July 1927 at Kapsabet, Nandi District of Kenya. [1] He was the first child of the recently converted Africa Inland Mission (AIM) teacher/evangelist Reuben Seroney and Leah Jeptarus Tapmaina Seroney. Shortly after his birth, the Rev. Stuart M. Bryson took over the Kapsabet AIM Mission.

  7. Kentice Tikolo - Wikipedia

    Kentice Tikolo. Kentice Libutsuli Tikolo is a Kenyan born communications professional, a facilitator, mentor and coach. [1] She has experience as a scientist, communications and public relations professional, administrator and sports woman. [2] In sports, she has become the first Kenyan woman to ever chair a board of a men’s football team. [3]

  8. Matatu - Wikipedia

    Matatu. In Kenya matatu or matatus (known as mathree in Sheng) [citation needed] are privately owned minibuses used as share taxis. [1] Often decorated, many matatu feature portraits of famous people or slogans and sayings. [2] Likewise, the music they play is also aimed at quickly attracting riders.