Kibaki and Odinga sign the agreement ending the unrest in their country.
Under the deal brokered by chief mediator Kofi Annan and Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, the leaders agreed to form a coalition government which will radically alter the way Kenya will be governed .Hats off to Kofi Annan. Let's just say that my expectations were low.
Mr Odinga is almost certain to become independent Kenya’s second prime minister after Mzee Jomo Kenyatta who held the post at independence in 1963.
Thursday’s agreement, which came after two days of intense diplomatic activity states that the post of Prime Minister will be created to co-ordinate and supervise affairs of Government. The premier will be leader of the largest party or coalition in Parliament.
Here the Daily Nation's report, Thus Far Has Kenya Come--a retrospective of the crisis.