I’ll forever be grateful to Uhuru, says human rights crusader

By Stephen Mburu and Metro Correspondent
“This country will never belong to the Luos!” he paused, waiting for his audience to internalize what he had just uttered. “Or to Kalenjins!” Now all attention was on him. They seemed too confused on what he was up to. “Or the Maassais, Kambas, Taitas, Embus, Kisiis.


This is where Jomo used to hold secret meetings - Mama Gathoni Koinange

President Uhuru Kenyatta, newlyinstalled as Kenya’s fourth leader, is known to be a jovial man. Unknown to many, however, the man may well have taken after his father, Kenya’s founding President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.