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It is seven months since the formation of the coalition government and Kenyans are getting exasperated.
The enthusiasm that followed the historic signing of the power-sharing deal between President Kibaki and ODM leader Raila Odinga in February and the naming of a mixed-grill cabinet two months later has dissipated.
Several promises were made, but few have been implemented.
The pledges include resettling the displaced people, a new constitution, job creation, dealing decisively with perpetrators of the post-election violence, reforming the Electoral Commission and reorganising the civil service.
The resettlment started in earnest, but fell …