Observers rally to avert crisis By John Eche   With 99 percent of the votes already counted, it is all clear that incumbent President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta may have secured another term in office already even as there remain credibility questions. According...
Incumbent, Paul Kagame, expected to be re-elected with wide margin The people of Rwanda are at the polls today and of course there are concerns even as there are lessons. Incumbent President Paul Kagame, who has been accused of violating...
  The youth who would shake-up Kenya's political stage Boniface who? Yes, Boniface Mwangi; the youth who would shake-up Kenya's clearly obtuse political stage which has almost literally been dominated by two families in the past five decades and counting! This is...
9 of 10 Kenyans have seen fake news about the 2017 general election - Survey By Anthony Opara   Ahead of next month's General Elections in Kenya, concern is mounting over the potential impact of fake news on the overall process, The...
Faint hopes of the 'maximum leader's' not running dashed By Anthony Opara   Rwanda's President, Paul Kagame at the weekend consented to run for a third term, which will see him presiding over the affairs of the Eastern African nation for another...
  Kenya: Caught between the interchange of history and youth! By Anthony Opara   In seven weeks, Kenyans go to the polls to elect a President, an experience that will see to either the incumbent, Uhuru Kenyatta getting the nod to lead the...
Candidates hold pitched election rallies By Tasie Theodore   President Uhuru Kenyatta has sued for peace from his fellow countrymen and women ahead of the forthcoming General Elections in the East African country.   The call is coming even as the leading candidates in...
Churches, others sue for peace By Anthony Opara Tension is presently brewing in Kenya ahead of the August presidential polls which has now entered its make-or-break stage, and reigniting echoes of the post-election violence that greeted the 2007-2008 contest. Central to the...
An #AfricaDay Special In this very well-written travel report which The Difference is most pleased to serve you as part of the build-up to the 2017 celebration of #AfricaDay, the Nigerian writer, Richard Ali, makes the point about how really...
Campaigns assume feverish pitch By Anthony Opara   Jubilee, the party of incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta has contracted the services of global data mining firm Cambridge Analytica in the run-up to the August presidential elections in Kenya. According to sources, the party will...

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