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The trouble with Kenya – the relationship between corruption and elections

Chinua Achebe’s book “The Trouble with Nigeria” should be a must-read for ALL Kenyans including in-coming legislators. Released in 1983, the ten-chapter 87-page fifteen thousand worded quick read is direct…

 
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State sponsored terror or a rogue police force?

A few minutes to 9 o’clock on Friday evening, all eyes were glued to TV sets as an eerie calm descended on the lakeside city of Kisumu. Earlier in the…

 
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Media criticized over skewed election coverage

After Kenyans left the election booths on August 8th, their eyes were glued on their TV set for streaming results of the presidential elections and other five positions as well…

 
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Jubilee’s Handling of the Cholera Outbreak – Election Year Politicking, Malice or Incompetence?

During the height of the Ebola crisis in 2014, African leaders deftly avoided discussing the impact of corruption, incompetence and poor governance on their ability to contain the disease. Part…

 
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Is Uhuru setting the stage for rigging August polls?

As Kenya goes to the polls in under 30 days, there are increasing fears that the elections might be rigged in favor of Uhuru Kenyatta. In the onset these were…

 
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How art is helping young Kenyans push for peace during August elections #ChangamkaNaSanaa

Kondele, Obunga, Nyalenda, Bandani and Muhoroni have been identified as some of the most volatile areas during political conflicts in Kisumu. Other than Muhoroni which is a border town, the…

 
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Orange Kenya is now “Telkom”

Nairobi, June, 6, 2017: Orange Kenya has re-branded to Telkom. This move ushering in a new chapter in the history of the country’s oldest telecommunications company. The launch of the new…

 
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Safaricom unveils new regional HQ in Kisumu

Kisumu, Kenya – June 6, 2017 Telco giant, Safaricom LTD has today announced the opening of its fourth regional headquarters in Kisumu town. Located at Tuff Foam Mall, the new…

 
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WATER HYACINTH: THE TRUTHS, THE HALF TRUTHS AND THE OUTRIGHT LIES

I have watched with a lot of dismay the public debate on the sea weed that is choking the life out of our biggest natural resource – Lake Victoria. Suddenly…

 
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EMBRACING SOLAR TO SUPPLEMENT POWER SUPPLY IN KENYA

NAIROBI, KENYA: More people are awakening to the fact that powering, heating and cooling homes and offices using conventional energy is very expensive. This realisation has seen renewable energy gain…

 
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