Thursday, August 25, 2011

Spotlight 2012 : The Hague Hyenas?

In September 2011 the second phase of a process that political pundits argue will invariably shape kenya's political future commences: the confirmation of charges hearings on the kenyan cases at the hague. How exactly will the hague process impact next years elections? Will the two presidential aspirants among the six kenyans in Luis Moreno's cross hairs make it to the ballot? Who will benefit from any political misfortune that could befall the two? On tonights spotlight 2012 KTN's Newton Ndebu seeks to find out who are the Hague Hyenas ?

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Spotlight 2012: Beyond The Declarations

It is still more than one year to Kenya's next Presidential election and already at least 12 Kenyans have declared their intention to vie for the top seat. On our spotlight 2012 segment, KTN's Political Affairs Editor Newton Ndebu through our analysts seeks to separate the serious contenders from the pretenders and finds out why we are witnessing this frenzy of declarations.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Battle for AG

Pressure is mounting on the president and prime minister to move quickly on the appointment of Kenya's next attorney general. The ministry of justice and the parliamentary constitution implementation oversight committee have warned that the continued delay in naming Wako's successor could be detrimental to the implementation process. But as KTN's Newton Ndebu reports, the stakes are high and the appointment could be another battle ground in the grand coalition government

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Suspend Libya relations, US to Kenya

Suspend Libya relations, US to Kenya
From: standardgroupkenya | Jul 1, 2011 | 361 views
Kenya has rejected a bid by the United States government to pressure Nairobi into kicking out Libyan diplomats loyal to the Gadaffi regime. The us wants Kenya establish diplomatic relations with the rebel transitional national congress. Through its Nairobi embassy, the American government has sent out at least two letters demanding that Nairobi cuts off ties with Gaddafi's government. KTN's Newton Ndebu reports.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Mutava Musyimi One-On-One(Interview)

Gachoka member of parliament Mutava Musyimi is slated to formally launch his presidential bid on Saturday. Mutava made a name for himself during his tenure as the general secretary of the national council of churches of Kenya where he spearheaded the ufungamano initiative in the clamour for a new constitution. There are, however, those who argue that his charisma has waned since he was elected to parliament. Mutava spoke to KTN's Newton Ndebu earlier today

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Challenges of a Nationhood Pt 4:Sudan Feature

Even before south Sudan attains full independence citizens from neighbouring countries are rushing there in droves, seeking to take advantage of the new opportunities the virgin country has to offer. According to the Kenyan consulate in juba there are over 40,000 Kenyans working and living in juba. In the final part of our challenges of nationhood feature, KTN's Newton Ndebu brings to you details on the scramble for south Sudan.

Friday, June 24, 2011

S/Sudan: Challenges of Nationhood Part 3

Even before it attains independence the government of south Sudan is facing allegations of grand corruption and ethnic domination. In the third part of our special feature on south Sudan, KTN's NewtonNdebu reveals the bad habits the new nation has apparently picked from its neighbours.