Opinion

AU Heads of State urged to mainstream climate change in their efforts to curb ‘forced migration’ in the continent

Heads of state from across the African continent will be meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the 32nd Summit of Heads of States of the AU on 10th and 11th…

 
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Kenya’s anti-corruption crusade, a genuine graft purge or a political battle?

For the first time in Kenya’s independent history, Kenya is seemingly tackling corruption in high places. Over the past few months, senior government officials who include Governors, Principal Secretaries and…

 
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Kenya’s Corruption Scandals, A case of Same Script Different Cast?

Or is it a case of same script, same cast with a few new extras? I think the latter describes the Kenyan scenario better if the front-page story on Thursday’s…

 
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President Kenyatta is driving Kenya towards autocracy

When Kenya passed a new constitution in August 2010, it was recognized the world over for taking a bold step in promoting basic human rights. The new constitution was commonly…

 
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Why NASA needs a change of tact with street protests

I found myself reading about the Arab spring this morning and trying to compare the last moments before the Tunisia and Egyptian revolution came full circle to the situation Kenya…

 
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Blame Uhuru not politics for the poor performing economy

In an April 2017 report titled “Kenya’s Economic Outlook to Dip in 2017”, the World Bank ( International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) projected that Kenya’s 2017 GDP was projected…

 
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BABA, TAKE A WELL-DESERVED AND LENGTHY BOW – YOU HAVE EARNED IT!

Well Kenya, we’ve have done it again: We are now the only country in the world whose president and deputy president were elected into office while crimes-against-humanity suspects and for…

 
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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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Luos and stone throwing, where’s the disconnect?

Violence – The Last Refuge of the Incompetent (Isaac Asimov) “Violence, even well intentioned, always rebounds upon oneself.” – Lao Tzu German Carl von Clausewitz for his part defined/described war,…

 
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Parallel Tabulation of Election Results – A Necessary Evil

The opposition’s National Super Alliance Party (NASA) recently floated the idea of having a parallel election results tallying center because “the 2013 election was rigged in favor of the ruling…

 
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