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Petition published by Welime bicker on Jan 06, 2008
We the undersigned call upon the UN and the USA to intervene and if possible push for fresh... more
Petition published by William Wambulwa on Jan 05, 2008
Please sign this petition if your humanity and your conscience gets you right. The truth has to be told about the 2007 General Ellections.... more
Petition published by Rose Koech on Jan 04, 2008
KIBAKI SHOULD SWALLOW HIS PRIDE AND STEP DOWN FOR THE SAKE OF SAVING LIVES IF HE CARES AND HAS A PASSION FOR KENYA.... more
Petition published by Anonymous on Jan 04, 2008
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我們要求中國政府立即釋放北京維權人士胡佳,我們對於北京國保人員以非法手段拘留和抓捕胡佳表示深切關注,並對政府最終把他以言入罪表示失望。... more
Petition published by Daniel Mwashumbe on Jan 04, 2008
I ask on every one in the world to put pressure on the purported president of Kenya to step down and allow a democratically elected president to lead the... more
Petition published by Sam olili Egir on Jan 04, 2008
We the undersigned, call upon the commonwealth to expedite its powers to force Kibaki to step down in the interest of Peaceful transition, security, stability & good govenance.... more
Petition published by lincoln on Jan 04, 2008
I plead to the united nations and other international bodies to look into this matter seriously because i believe they are the only hope for the survival of our rights and for democracy in our... more
Petition published by jacob mbogo on Jan 04, 2008
I Jacob Mbogo hereby petition president Kibaki to resign and step down to save Kenyans from further blood shed and also to redeem his... more
Petition published by Susan njeri on Jan 04, 2008
Kibaki's win is... more
Petition published by Roy Kibui & Dr. Matthew Karangi on Jan 03, 2008
IRRESPONSIBLE JOURNALISM TAKES TOLL ON THE CRISIS IN KENYA

The media reports by Sky News correspondents in Nairobi, Kenya have been flabbergasting to say the least. As a Kenyan in the UK, I am... more