This is the unfinished business Raila, Kagame with Museveni are fighting for while their paymasters standing akimbo watching them to fulfill their mission urgently……….and which is why, there is this struggle between Raila and Uhuru Government and why Museveni is the Chairman and Kagame the Secretary in this Great Lakes of East Africa who are both entrusted with the mission by heir pay masters who are the International Corporate of Special Business Interest in the Great Region of East Africa.
Therefore, Contracting Poaching Unit by Chinese must be stopped, it is not economical viable for Kenya or to any other Sovereign Nationality of Africa. It will be the beginning of World War and, Kenya with the Great Lakes of East Africa will be the battle-ground.
Confederation Council Foundation for Africa Inc.,
Uhuru set for China visit
Posted Tuesday, August 13 2013 at 17:06
- China’s forage into Kenya and Africa at large has increased over the past decade, pumping more than $60 billion in loans through the China Export-Import Bank since 2001, according to the IMF.
- In 2012, China had at least 260 active construction projects around Africa and Kenya was a beneficiary.
- However, the trip comes at a time when China has had to defend itself against claims that it has a hand in poaching.
Kenya: State to Implement CORD Manifesto, Says KuttunyBy Justus Ochieng and Manuel Odeny, 13 August 2013
He said they have started reviewing the Cord and Amani manifestos so that their promises to wananchi are achieved. "This will ensure Kenyans benefit from the promises made to them during the election campaigns," Kuttuny said.
He said Uhuru's administration is committed to reconciliation. Kuttuny was speaking at Ombasa Catholic Church in Awendo, Migori county at the weekend when he launched a countrywide reconciliation programme to be carried out by his office. He was accompanied by Awendo politicians Walter Owino, Agnes Awinja, Edward Abwao and former Sony Sugar MD Paul Odola.
Kuttuny said a Nyanza leaders' caucus will meet Uhuru to discuss development in the region. He said the government is committed to devolution. The President's advisor asked Kenyans to reject calls for a referendum by some leaders.
Owino appealed to Nyanza leaders to cooperate with the government to develop the region. He asked Uhuru to ensure regional balance in the civil service and in government jobs.
Kenya a ‘major route for ivory smugglers’
Posted Monday, August 12 2013 at 23:30
- Report shows Kenya and Tanzania accounted for most of the ivory seized between 2009 and 2011
Statistics by the Elephant Trade Information System (ETIS) indicate that Kenya and Tanzania together accounted for 16 of the 34 large-scale ivory seizure cases recorded from 2009 through 2011.
The report says more ivory is moving through these countries currently than in other parts of Africa.
Each organisation had different roots in the Angolan social fabric and mutually incompatible leaderships, despite their sharing the aim of ending colonial occupation. Although both the MPLA and UNITA had socialist leanings, for the purpose of mobilizing international support they posed as "Marxist-Leninist" and "anti-communist", respectively. A third movement, the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA), having fought the MPLA alongside UNITA during the war for independence and the decolonization conflict, played almost no role in the Civil War. Additionally, the Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda (FLEC), an association of separatist militant groups, fought for the independence of the province of Cabinda from Angola.
The 27-year war can be divided roughly into three periods of major fighting -- between 1975 and 1991, 1992 and 1994, and 1998 and 2002 -- broken up by fragile periods of peace. By the time the MPLA finally achieved victory in 2002, an estimated 500,000 people had been killed and over one million internally displaced. The war devastated Angola's infrastructure, and dealt severe damage to the nation's public administration, economic enterprises, and religious institutions.
The Angolan Civil War reached such dimensions due to the combination of Angola's violent internal dynamics and massive foreign intervention. Both the Soviet Union and the United States considered the conflict critical to the global balance of power and to the outcome of the Cold War, and they and their allies put significant effort into making it a proxy war between their two power blocs. The Angolan Civil War ultimately became one of the bloodiest, longest, and most prominent armed conflicts of the Cold War. Moreover, the Angolan conflict became entangled with the Second Congo War in the neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as with the Namibian War of Independence.
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Samora Machel died when his plane crashed under mysterious circumstances in the Lebombo Mountains in 1986. It was a time of heightened political tensions in the region and many have always maintained that the crash was no accident. Speaking in exclusive interviews, Hans Louw, a former Special Forces and CCB operative revisits the facts behind the myths surrounding the infamous event, revealing that he was part of a major South African government plot to bring the presidential plane down.
poaching to influx of Chinese workers
- Study says plunder is spreading due to rising demand for illegal ivory in the rapidly growing economies of Asia
Mr Kiprono said half of the endangered species were killed in the Tsavo conservancy, where poachers masquerade as herders. (READ: Special force set up to deal with poachers)
China and Thailand are the most implicated as destinations for illicit trade in ivory.
China to help fund anti-poaching war
Posted Friday, August 9 2013 at 23:30
Ministry urges MPs to prioritise
Posted Saturday, August 10 2013 at 09:57
home these days.
There is nothing good. JKIA burnt, no one knows why.
Balala is demanding corruption from investors, no one is gonna stop him.
If police and other first responders loot victims properties, who shall we trust? If the ministry entrusted with wildlife is smuggling out wild animal parts, who should protect Kenya's natural beauties?
Poor Kenyans have always been on the losing end!
this great heritage look after it. We, indigenous Africans have no time for wildlife. Traditionally, we've always seen animals as a source of our basic needs (food clothing, shelter) period. This is my argument.... KWS under the Leakeys, was so efficient that poaching had almost completely been eradicated, & in fact the population of the 'big five' had increased to an extent of them starting to be a menace, & there was talk of culling elephants in Kenya. KWS is still here, now managed by us indigenous Africans, why has it become a joke? SA still have their wildlife protection intact!!!! Same reason perhaps???
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Should Ethiopia annex Somalia?
Writer Donald Kipkorir argues it is time for Ethiopia and Kenya to annex Somalia, in an opinion piece published in Kenya's, The Daily Nation, titled, "Why Kenya and Ethiopia ought to annex and divide Somalia".
Described by the Economist magazine as 'The world's most utterly failed state', Somalia is a lawless state with no functioning central government since 1991. The writer argues the country is a 'haven for terrorists and pirates'. He goes on to say,
"Annexing Somalia is thus in our strategic interest and we must do it now as the financial meltdown continues to take away the attention of the world.You can read the full article from Kenya's Daily Nation.
Somalia as a state exists only in world maps. It is a classic case of a failed state. It is a state dismembered into as many independent units as there are sub-clans. Its 90-strong cabinet is emblematic of the actual number of units. Somalia neighbours Kenya, Ethiopia and Djibouti. Of these, it is only Ethiopia and Kenya that have strategic interest in Somalia. Kenya and Ethiopia must and ought to dismember Somalia and divide it between themselves along the 4 degrees latitude, each taking all the land below and above the line."
Should Ethiopia annex Somalia? Have Your Say
Long live the people of ETHIOPIA & SOMALIA!
DEATH to MELESE and HIS bloodY family SHABIA!
For goodness sake lets fight each other one to one,i meant Ethiopia against Somalia only no outside help and i swear to you Ethiopia will not last a week with us Somalis.