It’s a good time to be an incumbent: the case of Kenya, Rwanda and DRC

This week all eyes were in Kenya which went to the polls in a tightly contested election which sparked “exodus” and stocking of basic supplies as Kenyans worried of the possible post-election violence, and far south, in South Africa where the much anticipated vote of no confidence against the Teflon man that is President Jacob Zuma was the best chance yet for those opposed to him to remove him from power through parliament....


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Published By: The Citizen - Sunday, 13 August

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