Kenya: Polls Spark Food Shortage Fears
As the nation approaches the March 4 elections, analysts have warned of possible food shortages after farmers planted fewer crops out of fear that their harvests could be lost in post-election violence.
A barbershop burns in Nairobi's Mathare slum in post-election violence, December 31, 2007.
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 29 August 2012
Thousands of people have fled their homes amid renewed clashes between rival communities in Kenya's North Eastern Province, in which some 17 people were killed, according to... read more »
The East African, 15 January 2012
Business leaders' confidence in the EAC economies in 2012 has taken a negative turn on the back of fears over Kenya's political climate ahead of the general election while high... read more »
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 8 January 2013
With less than two months left until Kenya's general election, some business owners in the western city of Kisumu are suspending operations out of fear violence could erupt, as it... read more »