We have gone through a very difficult time and I'm quite sure myself this is the greatest step we have taken so farKenya drafts new constitution Apr 02, 2010
It is just paradoxical that he himself, being a key beneficiary of press freedom, should now be signing a law that muzzles the pressKenyan president signs media law Jan 02, 2009
The victory of Senator Obama is our own victory because of his roots here in Kenya. As a country, we are full of pride for his successWorld leaders congratulate Obama Nov 05, 2008
Those engaged in agricultural production will, therefore be much fewer than is the case today. Yet, they will be expected to feed a rapidly growing population in both urban and rural areasKibaki calls for rural farms in Africa Jun 20, 2008
My challenge to the new Cabinet members and the entire national leadership at all levels is: let us put politics aside and get to workKenya to have power-sharing Cabinet Apr 13, 2008
Emilio Mwai Kibaki (born November 15, 1931) is the current and third President of the republic of Kenya.
Kibaki was previously Vice President of Kenya for ten years from 1978–1988 and also held cabinet ministerial positions, including a widely acclaimed stint as Minister for Finance (1969–1981), Minister for Home Affairs (1982–1988) and Minister for Health (1988–1991).
After resigning as a cabinet minister in 1991, Kibaki served as an opposition Member of Parliament from 1991 up to his election as Kenya's third president in 2002 after two unsuccessful bids for the Kenyan presidency in 1992 and 1997.