I encourage folks to help if you can. I am Kenyan and can share that the
situation is indeed dire.
Framing of the situation as ethnic based is limiting so please be open to a
Vincent Njoroge Ndonye
On Jan 28, 2008 7:58 PM, Irina <irinaski@...> wrote:
> anyone wanna help one of my columbia jschoolers?
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> From: Julian Assange. <julian@... <julian%40wikileaks.org>>
> I am an investigative journalist and the investigative editor of
> I have funding to pull together an international team to write an
> unimpeachable out-of-country forensic analysis of the Kenyan
> electoral process.
> In Sept 2007 we wrote a report which led to a 10% swing in the Kenyan
> vote http://wikileaks.org/wiki/The_looting_of_Kenya_under_President_Moi
> Subsequently, from sources in Kenya and walk ins, we've released
> a number of other documents http://wikileaks.org/wiki/Category:Kenya
> The Kenyan political and economic situation is dire and will stay
> that way until there is clarity on the legitimacy or otherwise of
> the Kibaki government. Analysis by Kenyan civil society groups
> show the election to have been stolen by the Kibaki regime at the
> electorial commission level. However the message of these groups
> has been compromised due to the inevitable presense within them of
> ethnicities other than the ruling ethinic group, the Kikuyu, which
> makes up only 22% of the population.
> Authors should be seen as beyond reproach -- non-Kenyan investigative
> journalists, academics, transparency specialists or other notables.
> The time frame is two weeks. I'm looking for around 12 people.
> Please get in touch with me if you are aware of someone suitable.
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