International Crisis Organization tells CHEBUKATI what he to do to sort out UHURU and RAILA’s disagreement

Wednesday October 25, 2017 - An international NGO has advised Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman, Wafula Chebukati, to postpone the October 26th repeat Presidential elections for the sake of the country.

International Crisis Group (ICG) appealed to the IEBC to petition the Supreme Court to delay the repeat election to give room for dialogue and consensus building.

The group noted that Chebukati should...

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  1. where was this damn org it shud have solved by now ..Syria,yemen etc.
    it is fronted by same who cause trouble...

  2. whom has this crazy wrld powerful man been told to talk to after diowning world accords that were to benefit the whole world......

  3. no dialogue outside katiba this time........katiba shud be followed all short cuts to speak to people with riak machar mentality....

  4. yes look riak machar of ss...he was deputy prezo in big since ss is independent the old gizzard felt he shud be number one......this is same mentality and babu of Kenya thinks....

  5. nyanza resistance movement muko peke nyenu nyuma ya shaitani....

  6. Uhru shud stop behave like over excited kid who is given loli pop....he shud be serious and no jokes or entertain liers and traitors and remove non performing gava officials,moles...

  7. dialogue to remove former ex iebc commissioners led by isaak Hassan did not work....since now same group says the new iebc is not good one......lets follow sharia....any changes lets go to parliament....referendrum if need be....what Kenya nned is food on and basic needs...

  8. raira is just a tribal figure using njinga few as principals to climb ladder but this route he is resistance movement.....for jaluos that have foreskins...

  9. opposition kitu ngani...just power hungry bunch without any development record......

  10. so raira role model is ...joseph kony

  11. lop is failer and failer......

  12. odinga trying to be riak machar of Kenya is waste of time ..he wont succeed since it is his big mouth ,nose community that is behind senile man like him........

  13. eeehh ...odinga trying to be riak machar of Kenya is waste of time ..he wont succeed since it is his big mouth ,nose,learned /lazy community that is behind senile man like him........

  14. k24 tv ...plz do not bring raira activist kwa contributors.....otherwise no need to watch this tv..

  15. jathes omieri.......for akombe,,,passaris

    A man has revealed he finally feels "free" after having life-changing surgery to reduce his 11lb testicles and three-foot penis that left him unable to walk, wear clothes or go to school.

    Horace Opiyo, 20, from Kibigori, Kenya, first noticed a cyst on his genitals when he was just 10 years old.

    It is thought to have been caused by a mosquito bite releasing larvae that developed into parasitic worms that blocked Opiyo's drainage system, resulting in his genitalia tissue swelling as fluid accumulated beneath the skin.

    Teased by his classmates and unable to afford surgery, Opiyo dropped out of school and became a recluse, convinced the devil had cursed him.

    Yet, after a viral post on Facebook reached a local doctor, Opiyo was finally able to have surgery to remove his massive growth.

    He said: "Now I can run and I can play football. Now I'm free! The next step I want to take is to get an education. Who knows what will happen in the future?"

    Speaking about the operation, Opiyo said: "When I got up I was surprised that my body was so light. All the heaviness had gone.

    "I'm swimming now. I couldn't go anywhere near the water because of the heaviness of that thing."

    Several months after the operation, the man discovered he could one day be a father.

    He said: "I'm trying as much as possible to build myself up so that I can have a wife. But the next step I want to take is to get an education.

    "Who knows what will happen in the future?"


    Opiyo first noticed a cyst on his genitals when he was just 10 years old.

    He said: "This thing started very small, like a boil. Then it was the size of my fist. It just continued to grow bigger and bigger."

    An initial procedure removed the growth in 2007, however, the problem re-emerged years later.

    Opiyo eventually had to drop out of school because his testicles grew so large he could barely walk or wear clothes.

    His classmates teased him and, unable to afford any more surgery, Opiyo began spending increasingly more time at the home he shared with his brother Eliza and elderly grandmother, Salina. His parents died when he was five.

    Opiyo said: "I told my grandmother that I have been infected by a disease, but I'm not sure what it is. It could be a curse. I knew this was not God's work, but the devil's.

    "The pain became increasingly unbearable, so that I couldn't even walk or sit. I walked as if I had bowed legs."

    In a desperate attempt to help him, Opiyo's neighbour, Duncan Otieno, took photographs of his giant genitals and posted them on Facebook.

    The post went viral overnight and reached the Kisumu county Governor's wife, Olivia Ranguma, who asked a doctor to assess Opiyo's condition.


  16. why naswa involve themselves with voter turn was not their league.....wao wangonje 2022

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