Why Kenya’s new cybercrimes law is an attack on freedom of speech

The internet, especially blogs and social media have become a very integral part of the information chain in Kenya. Several scandals involving the loss of millions of dollars and misuse…

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About Scanned Commencement Programs, Forged Graduation Certificates and Failing Grades. Or Is It?

“I am not the best person to ask about staying in school” — Mark Zuckerberg to a group of Black Students @ North Carolina A&T. That was the take of…

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What next for the Obama’s

Friday marked the last day of Obama’s eight year presidency. The final chopper ride from Capital Hill to St. Andrews airbase with a last lap around Washington airspace thrust the…

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Safaricom’s youth network BLAZE has unveiled the12 contestants who will be taking part in its new reality show, BLAZE BYOB TV, which will premiere on Monday 6th February 2017. The…

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mCHEZA Jackpot decided through a public draw after match cancellation

Gaming platform mCHEZA has today run a public draw following the cancellation of Jackpot Game 9 Ascoli v AC Cesena, in which the home team was declared the winner of…

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It will take more than speeches to fight corruption- someone tell Kenyatta

So serious was Uhuru’s statement this time that the vice was not only termed as a “sin” but declared a threat to national security. On March 25th 2015, President Uhuru…

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Why the Kenyan education system requires an overhaul

While releasing KCPE results almost a year ago, Education CS Prof. Jacob Kaimenyi announced the abolishing of school and candidate ranking in national exams. This announcement would be the basis of…

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Breaking the silence on miscarriages – #StillAMum

Imagine carrying a baby for 30 weeks then one evening, labor pains come and even though it seems too early you (or your wife) packs the baby’s clothes and head…

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Why we need a new #LiverForTamika


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Why we must fight for online freedom – #iFreeKe

We must all fight for internet freedoms When I created my first ever blog somewhere in 2008, all I wanted to do was tell stories that I thought might never…

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