A Brief history Of Exclusion And Electoral Trauma in Kenya

by Silas Nyanchwani

© 2017, Pearl Kimemiah.

Thrice in my life have I cast a vote for my favourite presidential candidate, Odinga II Amolo Odinga. Thrice in my life my vote has not counted, neither has my voice been heard.

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From Juniors to Seniors: A Conversation on the World Athletics Championships

by Enkare Review

The IAAF World Under-18 championships took place in Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi, between the 12th and the 16th of July. Sanya Noel and Carey Baraka followed the championships closely, and here, they talk about the teenagers’ events and the IAAF World Championships taking place in London starting today.

 

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Meat Bomb

by Charles King

The rip and shred of flesh being hacked and sliced and bone being broken at the centre of the circle were so distinct in the darkness it was as if it was happening inside my very head.

Except that it wasn’t.

I was sitting on my haunches on the very edge of the circle.

The dry, sparse earth was still hot from the relentless day.

I faced outwards, into the darkness and the wildness.  My hunched back shielded me from the hellish epicentre just five metres behind me.

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