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Kenyans owe Moi an apology for humiliation

26 February 2013, 12:08

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports the power handover ceremony in December 2002 by Daniel arap Moi to Mwai Kibaki is perhaps one of the most humiliating moments of Moi's life.

Kenyans from all walks of life came to witness the end of an era at Uhuru Park, where Kibaki was sworn-in.

The ceremony is remembered by many people for the humiliation the former President was subjected to in the presence of invited dignitaries. The openly hostile crowd hurled insults at him and even threw twigs and other objects at him on the dais.

- For more visit Daily Nairobi

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