'Fence-Sitting Cost Kenya the AU Post'
On the eve of the African Union election, Moroccan King Mohammed VI hosted a dinner to "celebrate" the country's re-entry into the continental body and it is understood that it was at this event that the true picture of sub-Saharan Africa's alliances emerged, writes Allan Olingo of the East African?
Kenya’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amina Mohamed.
Nation, 1 February 2017
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East African, 31 January 2017
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