Undercover On Sunday

Funeral album: Moi chose gospel, Bob Collymore went classical, Fai Amario picked Frank Sinatra

During the burial of Fidel Odinga, his sister Rosemary sang Bob Marley’s Redemption Song By Shifa Mwihaki Feature writer/Essayist @Undercover KE Kenyans were given three days to Monday February 10, to view the remains of the late retired President Daniel arap Moi-who chose, Forever with the Lord, as his main funeral song. President Moi loved […]

This week in History

Kenyatta’s pistol and the Sh1.67 pending Pilsner bill

While he smuggled VAT 69 into the presidential limo, he preferred lager from the pub inside Parliament By Undercover Reporter @Undercover KE Sir Humphrey Slade was elected independent Kenya’s first Speaker of the National Assembly in February 1967. But the lawyer and ardent mountain climber was more known for his run ins with founding President […]

Editor’s Choice

How tipsy veterinary doctor made Moi Kenya’s second president

For starters, the mistress of Moi’s wildest dreams never kissed the lips of political ambitions BY GW Ngari Editor-at-Large @Undercover KE The alcoholism of a veterinary doctor gave Kenya its second president, a dictator whose 24 year rule was a study in social waste, economic ruin and political grief.  President Daniel arap Moi, who has closed […]

Sniffer Dog

President Moi: He made the Tugen Boy’s Club filthy rich

Joshua Kulei was President Moi’s personal assistant, business associate besides being brother in-law to Central Bank Governor  By GW Ngari Editor-at-Large @Undercover KE In a country where the wealthiest are pseudo-celebrities, not many Kenyans could single out Joshua Kulei in a crowd of three. Secretive and taciturn, the man who made his billions as the […]

Editor’s Choice

Christian Mafia: How National Prayer Breakfast triggered Dr Robert Ouko’s murder!

Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Minister was assassinated two weeks after a Prayer Breakfast in February 1990 By Mbatia wa Njambi Visiting Thinker By now you know the annual National Prayer Breakfast held at the end of every May at the Safari Park Hotel Nairobi, is never about prayers-but influence peddling. In fact, one Prayer Breakfast led […]