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"breaking News"hatimae Kibaki Asaini Mkataba Wa Makubaliano Na Odinga"

Discussion in 'Kenyan News and Politics' started by Pdidy, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. Pdidy

    Pdidy JF-Expert Member

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    Helo guys
    leo ni siku muhimu tena kwa wakenya na hasa wale wa nchi jirani waliokuwa wakifunga na kuomba mungu ashushe amani kenya....
    kama uko kwenye tv watch CNN NEWS,,,now,kibaki akisaini mkataba na RAILA ODINGA,,,BIG UP BOYS 2MEN
    lets cross our fingers..stay in tune mkuu ANNAN atatoa taarifa muda si mrefu baaada ya kusaini,,sifa apewe YESU WA NAZARETI.....
    OLE WAO watakaoanzisha fujo tena,,,,hakika mungu atawatekeza kawa upanga stay in tune...guys am so happy about them
     
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    Richard JF-Expert Member

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    Hilo ni jambo la kujivunia sana kwa waafrika kwani rais wetu Jakaya Kikwete na Rais wa zamani Ben Mkapa nao kwa kiasi kikubwa wameshiriki kuchora ramani mpya ya utawala wa Kenya.

    Pia unaweza kupata habari hio Live kupitia televisheni ya Al- Jazeera.
     
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    Rais Wa Au Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete Akiwapongeza Rais Kibaki Na Odinga Kwa Makubaliano
    Glory To God
     
  4. Tulamanya

    Tulamanya Senior Member

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    Nafikiri tujivune baada ya kuona hayo yaliyo ndani ya mkataba yametekelezwa na kila mmoja ameridhika! Mnakumbuka yaliyotokea kwenye MUAFAKA ZANZIBAR? Nini kimetekelezwa mpaka leo hii? kwani mikataba haija sainiwa? So tuwe waangalifu, na mambo haya jamani!!
     
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    Kitila Mkumbo Verified User

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    Tunasubiri taarifa kutoka kwa ndugu yetu K-T maana naye siku hizi kapotea kabisa!
     
  6. Pope

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    1)

    CHIEF MEDIATOR KOFI ANNAN 5:54PM 28 FEB 08

    * Thanked President Kibaki and ODM leader for their determination to resolve the political crisis.
    * The two parties, ODM and PNU have come to an agreement on the Government structure, which was agenda item 3 in the mediation talks.

    PNU AND ODM AGREEMENT

    * Creation of an executive prime minister post
    * The Prime Minister should be a member of parliament and be from the party with the majority seats at the National Assembly.
    * The Prime Minister and their deputies shall be removed by a vote of no confidence by the parliament.
    * The Prime Minister and the President will nominate the two deputies from each party.
    * The coalition shall be dissolved if the 10th parliament dissolves or if either of the party agrees to dissolve.
    * The Cabinet shall be compossed of The President, The Vice President, The Prime Minister, The two Deputy Prime Ministers and other appointed Ministers.


    2)

    DEAL AT LAST. 5.08 Pm 28 FEB -08

    * Kibaki and Raila currently signing deal.

    3)

    EXPECTED POWER SHARING DEAL 4:38PM 28 FEB 08

    * Creation of an executive Prime Minister post
    * (50-50) Equal sharing of cabinet positions between PNU and ODM
    * Constitutional amendments


    4)

    PUBLIC DECLARATION OF KIBAKI AND RAILA AGREEMENT 4:00PM 28TH FEB 08

    *
    President Kibaki and Raila are expected to sign a coalition agreement that spells out the modalities of a coalition government outside Harambee House, Nairobi. This follows after Raila Odinga and Mwai Kibaki together with chief mediator Kofi Annan, Benjamin Mkapa and visiting Tanzanian President- Jakaya Kikwete held a closed door meetings through out the better part of the day.

    5)

    TOP 10 CANDIDATES NATIONALLY 2:00PM 28 FEB 08

    1. MAGANJO MORRIS MUCHIRI STAREHE BOYS
    2. MWITI BRIAN MUTUMA MANGU HIGH SCHOOL
    3. MWANGI TIMOTHY MAINA STAREHE BOYS
    4. MACHIO DANIEL AINEAH STAREHE BOYS
    5. NERETSE LIONEL MIHIGO MANGU HIGH SCHOOL
    6. MUNGE JOHN RUIRU SUNSHINE SECONDARY
    7. ADAN UMURO HUSSEIN ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL
    8. MISIANI K MUSA ST JOSEPH'S BOYS HIGH SCHOOL
    9. KIRUKI COSMAS MUTUGI MANGU HIGH SCHOOL
    10. OMONDI JOSEPH OCHIENG' STAREHE BOYS


    Source: KNTV Kenya
     
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    Kwa mara nyingine ahsante Mkuu wa AU, mheshimiwa JK baada ya kufika Kenya tunaona mambo na kazi aliyoifanya. Ahsante JK.

    NB. Hata ITV wanaionesha live.
     
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    Moja ya executive powers aliyo nayo Mheshimiwa Raila Odinga ni pamoja na kusimamia shughuli zote za serikali na pia kusimamia baraza la mawaziri na kuchagua mawaziri.

    Mambo haya pamoja na taarifa nzima tutakayopata baadae ndio ambayo nafikiri yalikuwa yakiwasumbua viongozi hawa Raila na Kibabi.

    Halafu nimependezwa na hutba ya mheshimiwa Raila Odinga ambayo haikuhitaji kusoma na ilishuka yenyewe kwa mtiririko unaotakiwa kutoka kwa mtu mwenye uchungu na nchi yake.

    Mheshimiwa Raila amezungumzia pamoja na mambo mengine namna ya kuwakomboa Waluo na wakenya wengine ambao wameishi katika lindi la umaskini wa kutengenezwa na ukoloni ambao uliwanufaisha zaidi kabila la rais Kibaki.

    Natumaini sasa majirani zetu wa-Kenya watazingatia hutba za viongozi wote ambazo ni tayari historia.
     
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    The Nation (Nairobi)

    28 February 2008
    Posted to the web 28 February 2008

    Lucas Barasa and Churchill Otieno
    Nairoibi

    President Kibaki and Mr Raila Odinga have signed a deal that will see them share power through the creation of a Prime Minister position.

    The deal, brokered by Africa Union chairman President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania and Mr Kofi Annan, will see the creation of a grand coalition sharing power according to party strength in Parliament

    The deal provides that the PM will coordinate and supervise Ministers, while Cabinet positions will be shared proportionally according to party strength in Parliament.

    The President will have the authority to sack Cabinet members, but only with written agreement from leaders of the respective coalition party.

    The Cabinet will comprise the President, the Vice-President, the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Ministers and Ministers.

    The coalition will collapse at the end of the current Parliament, or if the parties so agree, or if one partner withdraws.

    The signing at Nairobi’s Harambee House was witnessed by diplomats and broadcast live on national television.

    President Kibaki and Mr Odinga first signed the agreement, then President Kikwete and Mr Annan appended their signatures as witnesses.

    The agreement was the result of a five-hour meeting chaired by President Kikwete involving Mr Annan, President Kibaki and Raila Odinga.

    First signs of a deal emerged when Mr Annan, soon after the meeting ended at 3pm, told journalists that they had managed to agree and that details would be made public in about an hour.

    The two sides have until today failed to agree on how to structure a coalition Government. President Kibaki had maintained that he is ready to appoint a Prime Minister and two deputies, but under the current Constitution.

    The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), on the other hand, insisted that any power sharing arrangement must be cemented through relevant Constitutional amendments. They also want the PM to be named head of Government and the President to be head of State, and equal sharing of Cabinet positions, among others.

    Also at the meeting was former Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa, who sits with Mr Annan in the Panel of Eminent African personalities who have been driving the mediation since January. The third panellist is former South African first lady Graca Machel, however she did not attend today’s meeting.

    Both President Kibaki and Mr Odinga were at the venue of the talks accompanied by some of their negotiators, but it is not yet clear whether the negotiators attended the meeting.

    Those at the venue include the Government negotiating team that include Cabinet ministers Martha Karua (Justice), Moses Wetangula (Foreign Affairs), Prof Sam Ongeri (Education) and Mbooni MP Mutula Kilonzo. They were joined by Local Government minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Attorney General Amos Wako.

    Mr Odinga arrived with his negotiators Musalia Mudavadi, James Orengo, Dr Sally Kosgei and Mvita MP Najib Balala.

    President Kikwete arrived in Nairobi on Tuesday soon after Mr Annan suspended the mediation talks that had being going on at Nairobi’s Serena Hotel. The decision came after the Government and the ODM negotiators failed to compromise on how to create a Prime Minister position, seen as key in the structure of power sharing arrangement.

    The Tanzanian President initially planned to depart Nairobi yesterday, but extended his visit by a day.

    Local and international pressure is on President Mwai Kibaki and Mr Odinga to compromise on a power-sharing agreement.

    Kenya was thrown into a political crisis after Kibaki was declared the winner of a disputed December 27 presidential election.

    Violence that followed the announcement resulted in the death of more than 1,000 people and left over 350,000 others displaced.
     
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