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Byline: Jackson Mwalulu
For more than two decades, Kenya has been on a permanent political campaign mode.
The double-barrelled clamour for the reintroduction of multipartyism and for removal of Moi/Kanu from power between the mid 1980s and early 1990s and the quest for a new Constitution, in the main, explain this phenomenon.
Political pluralism was achieved in 1992 following the repeal of Section 2(A) of the old constitution, and the Moi/Kanu political behemoth dealt a death blow 10 years later in 2002.
We have a combination of local and international pressure to thank for multipartyism.
As for the routing of the Moi/Kanu from State …