Considers how people arrive in politics by examining the stories they tell about how they came to seek election. It shows how politicians build the profile and reputation required to gain a seat with reference to how political pathways have altered since independence. It concludes that politicians confront the unenviable task of trying to be both ‘of’ the people, so they can understand them, but also ‘apart’ from the people, so they can rule over them.
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