Politics

Fight insecurity not CORD

For some reason Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are finding it difficult to believe that they are now in charge of the government and keep blaming Raila Odinga…

 
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Contraceptives for kids – the debate no one is having

I have listened to politicians, parents, teachers and religious leaders speak in public forums about the Reproductive Healthcare Bill 2014 and one thing is very clear, they are all against…

 
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REVOLUTION IN KENYA – WHAT POLITICIANS WON’T TELL YOU

By Shadrack Bosire I have heard many of you Kenyans say “we want a revolution, the likes of Arab Springs”. No problem, let it come. However, this is how many…

 
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Open letter to Raila Odinga

Dear Raila Amolo Odinga, I sincerely hope that my letter finds you in good health. I have written many letters before, some to Mwai Kibaki, others to Uhuru Kenyatta but…

 
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Kisumu’s changing skyline – why this should be every investor’s dream!

When Kisumu was first named a city in 2001, we had very little to show for our new status apart from being the cleanest city in East Africa then –…

 
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Gay rights are human rights!!

What Uganda did was wrong…that is a route that Kenya should not take. An anti gay bill will do nothing but further divide us and create unnecessary violence towards a…

 
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Kenya at 50 – Lessons from Nelson Mandela

This week Africa and indeed the whole world is celebrating the life and times of one of the greatest men that ever walked the surface of the earth – Nelson…

 
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New media bill – democracy under siege

Today I stand together with men and women I shared a class, a belief and a profession with not more than a decade ago. Like the old saying goes: “Injustice…

 
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Turkana: Another “Niger Delta” in the making?

For decades residents of Turkana County in Northern Kenya have crisscrossed the hills, valleys and plains that mark the borders of their county with herds of animals looking for pasture…

 
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Bloggers are the last nail on traditional journalism’s coffin

That traditional journalism is struggling to catch last breaths is not news anymore. Newspapers are soon going to be rendered obsolete in our society. I don’t remember the last time…

 
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