Unpacking Political Manifestos in Kenya: Focus on the Energy and Extractives Sector

Key Highlights 1.As Africa’s geostrategic nation of Kenya heads for the General Elections on 9th August 2022, the manifestos of the two leading coalitions, Kenya Kwanza Coalition and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition, have attracted immense attention and scrutiny. 2.A manifesto is a creed of manifest promises, especially of a political nature. Depending on the stakes accompanying...

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