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Chiefs are quite right to seek clear answers

Nairobi : Kenya | Oct 25, 2012 at 1:57 PM PDT
Source: Daily Nation
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The public has been treated to a theatre of the absurd: chiefs protesting with placards across the country seeking clarification about their role in the new constitutional order. Few in government have stood out to challenge or vilify them, which is quite strange. FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Nation
 
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