As Uhuru Kenyatta takes over the wheels of power from Mwai Kibaki, it has come to my attention that there was a miss in the farewell parties organised by various State organs.Read More »
This is my letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta.Read More »
Kenya held a colourful handing over ceremony where the world witnessed the inauguration of Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta as the fourth president.Read More »
The massive economic disruption and loss of life wrought by a few weeks of torrential rains and resultant flooding has not only laid bare our inadequacies but also cast in doubt our determination as a country to break out of the disaster cycle.Read More »
Almost all public and private conversations today include something about devolution and the new constitutional dispensation.Read More »
Traditional ties between Kenya and Great Britain go back a long, long way. Kenya borrowed the UK’s Westminster-style government, attached her currency to the British pound, borrowed dressing and various aspects of British culture.
- End parody of MPs tearing at the national kitty
- Counties must not devolve mere appetite but more responsibility
- Kenya has right to secure borders against traffickers
- Only State should tackle insecurity, not mobs, vigilantes
- Learn from JAB’s failures by addressing its challenges
- War is over, but hard work in Somalia begins
Over the past month, the state of security in the country has been quite disturbing. There has been rampant insecurity in counties like Mandera, Bungoma, Busia and Nairobi.
- President Obama’s tour of Africa is in line with country’s foreign policy
- Human cost of medical negligence is unacceptable
- Stage fright aside, Kandie is a consummate professional
- Decisive action must be taken to stem insecurity
- MPs should be paid by performance ranking
- Agriculture key to Kenyan prosperity
The wave of crime that has hit the country since the conclusion of the General Election has put Inspector General of Police (IGP) David Kimaiyo on the spotlight. Kimaiyo is the first IGP since the position was created under the new Constitution and the National Police Service Act.
- Here comes the Cabinet, and being new it has chance to effect change
- Secretaries can prove critics wrong by exceeding expectations
- Kenya should have a permanent, coherent strategic national policy
- Which door should you knock when you have land dispute with your neighbours?
- Why Africa’s food crisis is a result of her production weaknesses
- Regional elite should focus on development, not politics
The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has done well to come up with a concept aimed to assist domestic workers save for their old age
There is palpable public anger over allegations that the Deputy President spent millions of shillings on an air ticket. Kenyans cannot comprehend why and how Mr William Ruto spent a staggering amount of taxpayer’s cash to fund what is now being regarded as a ‘luxury’ trip.
Following months of speculation and rumours, songstress Wahu Kagwi has confirmed that she is indeed expecting baby number 2!