How war boosts Kenya’s regional, global clout

Sunday November 20 2011

Kenyan soldiers at Liboi. Though Kenya is the EAC’s leading economy, it was largely viewed as a wimpish nation, with an untested military led by pampered generals growing potbellied in luxury and never having to worry about firing a shot in anger. All that has changed in weeks. FILE| The East African
Kenyan soldiers at Liboi. Though Kenya is the EAC’s leading economy, it was largely viewed as a wimpish nation, with an untested military led by pampered generals growing potbellied in luxury and never having to worry about firing a shot in anger. All that has changed in weeks. FILE| The East African
Though Kenya is the EAC’s leading economy, it
Though Kenya is the EAC’s leading economy, it was largely viewed as a wimpish nation, with an untested military led by pampered generals growing potbellied in luxury and never having to worry about firing a shot in anger. All that has changed in weeks. FILE| The East African
By CHARLES ONYANGO-OBBO