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Nigeria: Leadership Launches New Website
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Opinion poll results by three pollsters commissioned by Citizen TV indicate point to a neck and neck contest between CORD’s Raila Odinga and Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4th presidential race. Findings by the Ipsos Synovate, Infortrak and Strategic Research also indicate that none of the 8 presidential candidates cleared by the electoral body-IEBC may clinch the top seat in the first round. The three pollsters give an average of 2% points difference between Raila and Kenyatta, in a poll that was conducted between January 30th and February 2nd. Francis Gachuri has a comparative look at the figures that suggests that Kenyans could be headed to one of the most tightly fought election ever.
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Odinga, Kenyatta Neck-To-Neck On Opinion Polls
119000 pupils who sat the 2012 KCPE examinations will miss places in secondary schools when the selection exercise begins on Monday. Education Permanent Secretary Professor George Godia told Citizen TV, only 690000 out of the more than 800000 pupils who sat the exam will get placement in secondary schools. Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo will launch the selection exercise on Monday at the Kenya Institute of Education. The, however, government maintains that all the candidates will get fair treatment in the form one selection process.
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Over 100000 Pupils To Miss Secondary Education
The Jubilee Coalition has pledged to establish a universal healthcare program in Kenya that will see the National Health Insurance Fund turned into a free medical scheme for all Kenyans. This was revealed as the coalition’s deputy presidential candidate William Ruto led Jubilee leaders in the search for votes in Kitui and Makueni Counties. Ruto, maintains that a Jubilee government would ensure people-based issues are addressed, should they succeed President Mwai Kibaki. From Makueni, Citizen TV’s Jacky Maribe reports.
Jubilee Promises To Transform Ukambani
The city cave man who made news on Wednesday after he took the Citizen TV crew on a tour of his forest dwelling was on Thursday evicted by forest guards. While his situation only turned dire, good will gestures from Kenyans seeking to employ him may just cushion him, if only they make good their intentions.
The City Caveman Evicted
The 14.3 million-odd registered voters are getting ready to vote in about three months for presidential, parliamentary and county elections. And what will guide the citizen to vote and make an informed and meaningful choice.
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AFC Leopards are set to unveil their new head coach next week to take over from Jan Koops who was dismissed at the end of last season. Though club officials have remained tight lipped over who will take over, Citizen sports have reliably learnt that Portuguese tactician Victor Salvador will be appointed.
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AFC Leopards To Unveil New Coach
It is Karl Lagerfeld who said, “What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” Life is a journey and every step taken towards the future is an advancement of the previous step. Alex Chamwada reflects on the yester years when he made his presence felt as a reporter with Citizen TV. People’s memories are the fuel they burn to stay alive. Whether those memories have any actual importance or not, it doesn’t matter as far as the maintenance of life is concerned. Here is Chamawada’s memories of 1999/2000 as a reporter. Some of the colleagues left for other media houses. Chamwada also left the station in 2001 but rejoined in 2008. As Stephenie Meyer would say, “Forbidden to remember, terrified to forget; it was a hard line to walk”, memories are not easy to do away with.
The Chamwada Memories