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- ‘It has been 13 long years, help me find my brother’
- How denying ourselves a taste of the good life has fuelled corruption Xn Iraki A visit to a tea factory in Central Kenya once provoked me. I was told the best tea is exported, and the growers get the leftovers, which they buy from the factory. The best tea is reserved for others (read, those who can afford it) in far-off countries
- Uhuru’s visit to North Eastern could be too little too late Billow Kerrow President Uhuru Kenyatta has finally visited North Eastern counties of Mandera, Wajir and Garissa, more than three years after he came to power.
- Merger of parties only serves vested interests Makau Mutua Jubilee Party, which TNA’s Uhuru Kenyatta and URP’s William Ruto are desperate to sell to their respective backyards, is misbegotten. The two Jubilee honchos have offered no compelling rationale – beyond their own personal ambitions – why anyone else with a functioning noggin would join JP.
- Laws notwithstanding, nothing will save IEBC Kamotho Waiganjo We believe the bad days are behind us and violence is an aberration. It is no wonder then that after seeing the CORD protests, we desire an urgent exit from possible chaos, and if the price to pay is to chase Issack Hassan and his team out of town, so be it.
- Standoff over IEBC has put Kenya on the brink of disaster Barrack Muluka There is widespread perception that the Issack Hassan-led Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) cannot be trusted to deliver a free, fair and peaceful election next year. This may not necessarily be true. However, this perception has now taken traction. It cannot be wished away. The question now is not whether this commission should be disbanded, but rather how and when.