Daily Nation (Kenya) - - SUNDAY REVIEW -

You have par­tic­i­pated in var­i­ous fronts as an ac­tivist at the Univer­sity of Nairobi dur­ing your study days, a par­tic­i­pant at the coun­try’s Sec­ond Lib­er­a­tion strug­gle, a lawyer and now an ac­tive politi­cian. Of these phases, which one have you en­joyed most and why? Which one have you been most dis­ap­pointed with and why?

It has all been a jour­ney.

The first step in the jour­ney was as im­por­tant as the sub­se­quent steps. It has been a life of strug­gle and I have rel­ished ev­ery mo­ment. The procla­ma­tion of the Con­sti­tu­tion of Kenya on Au­gust 27, 2010 was prob­a­bly the zenith. I re­gret the fact that the suc­cesses of the strug­gle and the re­form move­ment have con­stantly been hi­jacked by the forces of

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