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· February, 2008

Stories about Kenya from February, 2008

Kenya: Thank you Annan and team

After the power-sharing deal was announced, a caller to a local radio station was ecstatic and invited Kofi Annan and team to "nyama choma" (barbeque), another caller offered him two beers...

Kenya: Dear Kofi Annan…

Following the decision by Kofi Annan to suspend peace talks in Kenya, Kenyan blogger, wheremadnessresides decided to write a letter to him: “Dear Kofi Annan: There's a rumour that you're...

Kenya: Msafara Initiative

Kenya: Democracy as a spiritual battle

Nigeria/Kenya: Why is Odinga meeting Obasanjo?

Kenyan Bloggers Outline Political Solutions

From the high street cafes to the dark alleys in Nairobi's river road (down town), Kenyans can be heard discussing what former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan should prescribe as...

Ghana/Kenya: The bamboo Bike Project

Kenya: What is wrong with local web hosting?

Kenya: The digital activist class

Kenya: Obama Beer

Kenya: Bloggers hopeful of Kofi Annan mediation

When Ghana's President John Kuffour handed the peace batton to former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, few people in Kenya had hope that there would be breakthrough in the negotiations....

Kenya: Bloggers rooting for peace and reconcilliation

After blogs and other online forums had becoming new avenues of channelling tribal prejudices, bloggers are now using the same avenues to express the need for peace and justice in...

East Africa: Stay away from falling coconuts

Kenya: Presidential elections after 10 years

Kenya: Music for peace

Kenya: 10 reasons to love Kenya

Kenya: Tribal hatred claims its first online casualty

When conflicts erupted in Kenya after the elections, many fingers pointed at the newspapers and radio as the sources of hatred and fanning the fires of tribal hatred that have...

Africa: A month into 2008: Hope, Dreams, Living

2008 is one month old. Different African women bloggers are going through different spiritual experiences. For many, this is just another year, exactly the same as 2007, and 2006, all...

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