Cord’s Impending Political Storm on the Historic Saba Saba Day could mark the beginning of the Third and Final LIberation of the Country

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ELIUD PHOTOBy Eliud Owalo

Judging from the ongoing political agitations in the Country, there is no doubt that the historic Saba Saba day is well remembered and regarded in Kenya’s political history. It was on the 7th day of July 1991 when the Country’s veteran politicians attempted to gather at Kamukunji grounds in Nairobi to demand political and Constitutional reforms in the Country. On the political front, the reformists were led by the Late Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, the then doyen of Kenya’s opposition politics. Other political luminaries of the time included the late Masinde Muliro, the late Martin Shikuku, George Nthenge, Ahmed Bamahriz, Philip Gachoka, etc. They were backed by a group of young turks comprising of James Orengo, Paul Muite, Gitobu Imanyara, Anyang Nyongo, Ouma Muga, the Late Kijana Wamalwa, Japheth Shamalla etc. The Church groups led by Bishop Dr. Henry Okulu, Rev. Dr. Timothy Njoya and Dr. David Gitari…

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One comment on “Cord’s Impending Political Storm on the Historic Saba Saba Day could mark the beginning of the Third and Final LIberation of the Country

  1. Pingback: Madness Galore: Leaders in Moyale Urge Workers Not To Travel To Nairobi For Saba Saba Meetings | WHERE IS KENYA.COM

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