There are times when you feel like giving the police a bouquet, then there times that one would like to throw prickly thorns at them. The officers who battled a grenade-hurling terrorist suspect in Githurai to his death on Sunday deserves recognition.Read More »
Finally, we have a Cabinet. The Jubilee government can now start to deliver on its many promises with earnest. But even as the 16 Cabinet secretaries roll up their sleeves ready to get down to serious business, the President and his deputy, for reasons best known to them, are yet to fill the remaining two dockets. These are Interior and Coordination of National Government and Labour, Social Security and Services.Read More »
Mr Ngumi Kibera would like to give city Governor Evans Kidero some unsolicited advice. But before that he wants to congratulate to the city Water department for some miracles that he witnessed.Read More »
There is a young man by the name Jacob Macharia. He is the Member of Parliament for Molo constituency. Unlike other honourable members, he has a modicum of honour for ordinary Kenyans. He — thanks to Francis Atwoli for this gem — doesn’t believe that Kenyans’ heads are full of cow dung.Read More »
Former President Kibaki received a befitting farewell from among others the military officers, who besides giving him a guard of honour, presented him a tractor.Read More »
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Even before they are sworn in or even see the inside of Parliament, MPs, some of them still very green, are reciting the same old tune of their “forefathers”.
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