KAGWANJA: Shades of rebellion: The Kenyatta succession in Mt

Jubilee’s clasped hand that symbolised unity is rapidly giving way to a clenched fist in popular imagination as the new badge of resistance in the ensuing war for the hearts, minds and soul of the Mount Kenya vote ahead of the August 9, 2022 elections.

~ Daily Nation

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