Bull’s Eye: Rediscovering sense the Alfred Keter style


In politics burning bridges is common, but what is intriguing is how quickly these bridges also get rebuilt in the name of interest. That’s exactly what one Alfred Keter is likely to do, now that a third party, the judiciary has come into the picture. It’s a life of accusations and counter accusations in a frenzy to score political points but amidst all these, something gets lost. Its getting hot and as Emmanuel Juma reports on BullsEye, when a man engages all his senses at once, then something must be terribly amiss.

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