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Fact Finding Missions - Tanzania | Kituo Cha Katiba
The mission team comprised the following members: Hon. Augustine Ruzindana (Uganda), former Inspector General of Government, former Member of Parliament and immediate former Chairperson of the African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (Head of Mission); Mr. Vincent Ndikumasabo (Burundi), Lecturer, Constitutional & Judicial law, University of Lac Tanganyika, former Judge of the Supreme Court and former Member of Parliament; Prof. Godfrey Muriuki (Kenya), Professor of History, University of Nairobi; Ms. Justine Mirembe (Rwanda), Consultant, Lawyer practising in Kigali; Ms. Florence Batoni (Rwanda), Communications and Peace Building Expert; Prof. Frederick Jjuuko (Uganda), Professor of Law, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (Secretary to the Mission); Ms. Edith Kibalama, Executive Director, Kituo cha Katiba provided logistical support.
"It is a good gesture for ...
"It is a good gesture for China to recognize underprivileged students in Kenya," said Godfrey Muriuki, University of Nairobi Special Student Advisor.
Government of Sudan
Government of Sudan
The five appointed were: Godfrey Muriuki of the University of Nairobi; Kassahun Berhanu of the Addis Ababa University; Douglas H. Johnson, an author of several works on southern Sudan; Shadrack Gutto, a lawyer from South Africa; and Donald Petterson, a former ambassador to Sudan.
"The biggest headache lies with both ...
"The biggest headache lies with both President Kibaki and Prime Minister Odinga in that Kibaki must quickly think of a probable replacement should the law be enforced leading to the barring of Uhuru, while Raila must also quickly find ways of placating generally the Kikuyu and Kalenjin voters if he is serious with his presidential ambitions," said Professor Godfrey Muriuki, a senior political science and history lecturer at the University of Nairobi.
The five appointed were: Godfrey ...
The five appointed were: Godfrey Muriuki of the University of Nairobi; Kassahun Berhanu of the Addis Ababa University; Douglas H. Johnson, an author of several works on southern Sudan; Shadrack Gutto, a lawyer from South Africa; and Donald Petterson, a former ambassador to Sudan