African women’s webzine on Kenyan situation

January 16, 2008 at 4:35 pm Leave a comment

African women’s webzine Obaasema has two interesting interviews on the unfolding Kenyan situation, a little in-depth than what I have read in some continental / global publications over the past few days.

1. An interview with Winnie Koima, a politician from Eldama Ravine.

2. An interview with Francis Omondi, a minister with the Anglican Church of Kenya.

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