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Byline: Rasna Warah
Exactly three years ago, on 28 February 2008, a Grand Coalition government was formed to end the violence that threatened to tear this country apart after the botched elections of 2007.
Kenyans celebrated because the Coalition promised many things, some of which have been achieved. Kenyans now have a new Constitution and, after a lot of hardship and heartache, the economy seems to be picking up.
World Bank projections for economic growth are positive and infrastructure development promises to bring prosperity to previously marginalised areas.
County-level devolution is becoming a reality and nearly half the country's population …