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The Real Suspense In Kenya

The New York Times has a startling editorial on the real suspense in
Kenya. The editorial has a disparaging editorial on nasa leader Raila
Odinga, whom it calls a 'perennial loser'.

However, the real suspense is on who will take over the mantle of
opposition leadership from Raila Odinga. It is unlikely that Kalonzo
Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi or Moses Wetangula will have even a tenth of
the gravitas that Raila had in tackling the government.

Jubilee won, yes. But that does not mean that its rule should not be
checked. Thus, the real predicament for Kenya at present is who will
combat Jubilee. For democracy demands a vibrant opposition no matter
how popular a regime is.

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