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They sat,debated,and finally our leaders decided a nap wont do any harm

Security should be given the priority

The human race has become one of the endangered spices in the planet,this is because of the challenges that they are facing starting with the diseases to themselves have become an enemy of themselves.As per the recent statistics the violence related cases are on the increase ranging from terrorism to accident related cases.


A list of the leaders of Kenya since gaining independence on 12 December 1963

Kenya has had only four presidents since gaining independence. Both Jomo Kenyatta and his successor Daniel arap Moi represented the Kenya African National Union, KANU, whilst , Mwai Kibaki, won a majority with the National Rainbow Coalition, NARC.Uhuru Kenyatta won the seat also in 2013 general election.


Kenya achieved independence within the Commonwealth on 12 December 1963.

Governor-general (representing Queen Elizabeth II, head of state)

12 Dec 1963 — 11 Dec 1964

Malcolm John MacDonald

Prime Minister

1 Jun 1963 — 11 Dec 1964

Jomo Kenyatta

Kenya declared a republic on 12 December 1964

Presidents of the Republic of Kenya

12 Dec 1964 — 21 Aug 1978

Jomo Kenyatta

22 Aug 1978 — 29 Dec 2002

Daniel arap Moi

30 Dec 2002 – 4 march 2013

Mwai Kibaki


4 march2013—present

Uhuru Kenyatta

Jomo Kenyatta died in office in 1978 and he was succeeded by Vice-President Daniel arap Moi. (His expected replacement, Tom Mboya, had been assassinated in 1969.) From 1982, until the general multi-party election in 1992, Kenya was ruled by Moi as a one party state. In 2001 Moi brought Uhuru Kenyatta, Jomo Kenyatta’s son, into parliament as a potential successor, but in the 2002 election Mwai Kibaki, the opposition presidential candidate, won a landslide victory and brought 40 years of KANU rule to an end. Mwai ruled for 10 years attaining the constitutional retirement age.Uhuru Kenyatta is the current president of Kenya.


Politics has no retirement age,Africa has had its

Politics has no retirement age,Africa has had its fair share of dictators who have demolished democracy and installed social injustices in their leadership.Its very sad to see people suffer under their leadership,the whole world should get a wake up call to work towards making the earth a better place for all where equity will be the norm distribution of resources the order of proper governance.

In the animal farm the leaders of the animals exposes a very bad character that is inacceptable,also from the book of exodus while Moses was leading the children of Israel they turned out to be rebellious in the wilderness,our own leaders of whom God has annointed  are out for self gain.In a country where insecurity is the order of the day,diseases are part and parcel of live,where unemployment has hid the two digit growth.If our so called leaders are not out to embrace change then we are headed to doom.