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- Psst! Gov't is listening into your call Kipkoech Tanui The jigsaw puzzle was solved this week when it turned out that the Government wants to give the intelligence services unfettered access to our phone and e-mail conversations without seeking a court warrant.
- Uphold recent police recruitment to avoid compromising national security Peter Kimani My idea of police recruitment is that it's a pretty straight-forward affair. Men drop their shirts, remove their shoes and sprint for a few rounds after which candidates are inspected to ensure they conform to some standard that is strict on height, dental formula and physical deformities.
- Machakos 'chap chap' growth means delivering quickly, temporarily Peter Kimani My friend Alfie Mutua has confounded both friends and foe alike by succeeding where many expected him to fail. His development model, Machakos Maendeleo Chap Chap sounds like clap of thunder, and he has been delivering with amazing ease.
- Somaia has a broken heart, but it's time for jail-house rock Peter Kimani Ketan Somaia has finally been locked up in London, where a judge described him as “fundamentally dishonest” for pocketing a cool Sh2 billion from two associates to finance his extravagant lifestyle.
- Open letter to Uhuru: Rise up and unite the nation Ababu Namwamba Mr President, I salute you, and do pray this finds you well. I write to you both as a patriotic citizen of our land, and as a leader duly elected to represent the people of Budalang’i in our National Assembly. Please grant me your indulgence to address you on this unfolding referendum debate.