Multi-Party Politics in Kenya: The Kenyatta & Moi States & the Triumph of the System in the 1992 Election

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Notes
KANU Manifesto, p. 13.
Personal interviews, 1992 and 1993.
J. Barkan, "'Kenya: Lessons from a Flawed Election'" Journal of Democray, Vol. 4, No. 3 ( July 1993) p.86.
Sunday Nation, 1 November 1992, p.2.
"Kanu Briefs", Kenya Times, 23 December 1992, p. 13.
"Kanu Briefs", Kenya Times, 23 December 1992, p. 16.
Boy, in Standard, 2 November 1992, p. 13.
This message was disingenuous since Odinga had held no government or parliamentary position for 20 years and had been prevented from becoming involved in any major government development projects.
Weekend Mail, 31 December 1992, p. 5.
Standard, 4 October 1992, p. 2.
Daily Nation, 19 October 1992, pp. 1-2.
Nassir at KANU rally, 6 December; Kenya Time, 8 December 1992, p. 23.
Ntimama, reported in Daily Nation, 18 October 1992, p. 2.
Standard, 14 December 1992, p. 1.
Economic Review, 30 November 1992, p. 8.
Moi in Daily Nation, 17 October 1992, p. 2.
Daily Nation, 31 October 1992, p. 1.
Moi, Kiganjo Police Training College, Daily Nation, 21 November 1992, p. 1.
Daily Nation, 25 November 1992, p. 1.
Moi in Siaya District, Daily Nation, 8 December 1992, p. 1.
"'Blueprint for a New Kenya'", PEAP, Friedrich Naumann Stiftung, Nairobi, 1992.
Published with money from the Friedrich Neumann Institute, a German foundation.
Matiba, Man of the People, Nairobi, 1992.
Weekend Mail, 31 December 1992, Interview with Lee Muthoga, p. 4.
Henry Kosgey, for example, was renowned for looting the Kenya National Trading Corporation as Executive Chairman between 1989 and 1992. It is even possible to suggest that a new model of corruption emerged -- a pastoralist model -- based on 'grazing' over different businesses, rather than settled 'cultivation' or exploitation of one, which might have seen funds 'ploughed back' into the enterprise.
See for example Wajibu, Vol. 7, No. 1 1992 for a detailed list of land scandals.
FORD-Kenya advertisement, Daily Nation, 1 December 1992, p. 5.
Daily Nation, 2 December 1992, p. 11.
Weekly Mail, 7 January 1993, p. 23.
Matiba, quoted in Daily Nation, 19 December 1992, p. 4. The origin of the Sh88 billion claim is unknown.
Sunday Times, 24 November 1991,
Sunday Times, 24 November 1991.
Standard, 30 November 1992, p. 1.
Society, 28 December 1992, p. 4.
Njenga Mungai, Sunday Nation, 15 November 1992, p. 16.
For example, see claims by the DP candidate for Lamu East that a victorious DP would revoke the Dodori National Park gazettement. Daily Nation, 23 December 1992, p. 6.
Onyonka, in Daily Nation, 19 October 1992, pp. 1-2.
Society, 10 August 1992, p. 35.
Daily Nation, 11 October 1992, p. 1.
Weekly Review, 18 December 1992, p. 15, and Kenya Times, 13 December 1992, pp. 1-2.
Standard, 27 August 1992, p. 2.
Sunday Nation, 1 November 1992, p. 2.
Kenya Times, 23 December 1992, p. 4.
Moi, reported in Daily Nation, 8 December 1992, p. 2.
Standard, 11 December 1992, p. 3.
C. P. W. Hornsby, 'The Kenyan Member of Parliament, 1969-1983', D.Phil thesis, Oxford, 1986, pp. 123-7.
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Figures, Tables & Photographs v
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • One - Introduction 1
  • Two - The Independence Struggle the Development of Political Consciousness 7
  • Three - The Creation of the Moi State 26
  • Notes 51
  • Four - The Regime in Crisis, January 1990-December 1991 54
  • Notes 88
  • Five - The Rise and Fall of the Opposition, December 1991-October 1992 92
  • Notes 164
  • Six - Kanu Fights Back December 1991-October 1992 173
  • Notes 237
  • Seven - The Electoral Process 242
  • Notes 285
  • Eight - The Beginnings of the Campaign & the Party Primaries 288
  • Notes 335
  • Nine - The Election Campaign 339
  • Notes 417
  • Ten - Election Day & the Results 424
  • Notes 451
  • Eleven - Why Kanu Won 453
  • Notes 527
  • Twelve - Kanu Rules the Nation 533
  • Thirteen - Conclusions the Emergence of Multi-Party Competition 582
  • Notes 603
  • Appendices 604
  • Index 642
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