What those who have read it have to say about this landmark book from the controversial blogger known as Kumekucha Chris;
“I couldn’t put it down”
“It kept me up the whole night.”
“Hauntingly true about the real root of all political evil in Kenya.”
“Nobody can claim to understand Kenyan politics without reading, studying and analyzing this beautifully written book.”
“Hauntingly sad. The institution of the presidency must be abolished now.”
"Marvelous work by Kumekucha, the book suddenly came to an end, too soon for me and that is when I realized I had been up half the night reading it. Who is this Kumekucha Chris anyway? A seasoned journalist during the day and a mystery blogger at night... perhaps?"
At the back of the book
Dark secrets of the Kenyan Presidency explores the office of the presidency through some rarely-told (and some never-before-told) incidences surrounding this bigger than life office created by Jomo Kenyatta and the founders of the Kenyan nation. “This thing” they created grew and became an enormous un-tameable beast that has caused untold distress, suffering and death to Kenyans.
Kumekucha’s account is mostly angry and dissects this subject ruthlessly without fear or favour. The tone is very much that one of his blog which has received worldwide attention sometimes in praise and at other times in condemnation but is certainly a blog that cannot be ignored. The result here is a thought-provoking account that will forever change your views about this all powerful office which has the kind of powers under the constitution Kenyans have lived with for decades that would be the envy of any god.
The Kumekucha blog was launched in May 2005 by a blogger who only reveals his first name, Chris. The site continues to shape political opinion for many Kenyans locally and spread all over the world. This is the first in a series of books that will be published from information researched and written by the blogger known to his adoring readers and sharp critics alike as Chris Kumekucha.
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