Jomo Kenyatta News

WEKESA: Encourage intra-Africa educational exchanges to promote

Kwame Nkrumah, Jomo Kenyatta, Julius Nyerere, Kenneth Kaunda, Leopold Senghor and other leaders of the Pan-African movement were educated in Western culture and values.

Daily Nation Oct 14, 2018

KAGWANJA: Elephant in the room: Why Raila is rooting for a

However, the Ruto camp sees eerie parallels between the push for referendum and the “Change the Constitution Movement” to block Moi from automatically succeeding Jomo Kenyatta in the 1970s.

Daily Nation Oct 13, 2018

Uhuru sneaked me sodas at State House, Kamaru's sister says

She said that Uhuru, who was ten years then, used to sneak her a soda when she visited State House to entertain former President Jomo Kenyatta.

The Star Oct 13, 2018

Maxine Ankrah chose to live life without baggage

Ankrah’s book is a journey of five decades through Africa, offering often very clear snapshots into Kwame Nkrumah’s post-independence Ghana, Kenya under Jomo Kenyatta and persevering in Uganda under the troubl...

Daily Monitor Oct 13, 2018

Law outlaws people’s images on currency

The last of President Jomo Kenyatta’s portrait, which is still on currency printed although backdated to 2010, was to be ditched by 2015 as Kenya sought to become among the few countries without people’s portr...

The Standard Oct 12, 2018

Uhuru used to sneak sodas to me - late Kamaru's sister Kenya News

In an interview with K24 TV on Friday, October 12, Muthoni revealed she reminded the president how he would sneak sodas to her whenever she went to entertain his father, ex-president Jomo Kenyatta.

Tuko Oct 12, 2018

Uhuru expected at Kamaru’s burial

Mr Kamaru interacted with presidents Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap Moi.

Daily Nation Oct 10, 2018

No state celebrations as Kenyans mark Moi Day

The opportunity was also taken to bring forth memories of Moi currency which 2010 constitution prescribed should only have the image of founding President Jomo Kenyatta.

Tuko Oct 10, 2018

The day Moi's 'rungu' broke

Following in the steps of Kenya's founding father Jomo Kenyatta, who had in his hand a fly whisk whenever he appeared in public, Kenya's second President Daniel arap Moi had a ‘rungu’ (a wooden baton bearing s...

Daily Nation Oct 10, 2018

Retired president overwhelmed by messages of love from Kenyans on Moi Day

Moi Day is a public holiday in Kenya celebrated on October 10 in honour of Mzee Moi since 1979 after he took oath of office on Tuesday, August 1978 following death of founding President Jomo Kenyatta.

Tuko Oct 10, 2018