Most of the incumbent top politicians in the country pursued their further studies in the University of Nairobi in the 90's.This too includes former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale and Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe who were classmates At one point, the two played a huge role in the 1982 failed coup that was meant to overthrow the government of President Moi.
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Photo courtesy Students organisation of Nairobi university better known as SONU is no doubt the most respected student organisation in East and Central Africa. The body has produced very prominent figures including the current Embakasi East member of parliament honourable Babu Owino who was elected a total of three times consecutively and pursuing two degrees at the same time. SONU has also played an important role in fighting for democratic rights of Kenyans especially during the president Moi's regime. Titus
An exemplary trip down the memory lane landed on an eminent interview conducted by the Nation Newspaper on the month of February 2009. The person of interest in this context was the former Ikolomani Member of Parliament, Hon. Boni Khalwale. Khalwale brought to the public limelight details of his involvement in the famous 1982 attempted coup whose pivotal aim was to over throw the then president, the late Mzee Daniel Arap Moi. He articulated that during that time he was a first year student at the University