The ability to honourably accept defeat by political contestants in yesterday's polls will go a long way in avoiding unnecessary political chaos.
?Ahead of tomorrow’s General Election, it would be dishonest and plainly naive to deny that a level of tension, however mild, has gripped parts of the country,
After months of boisterous and sometimes repetitive crusades, candidates aspiring for seats in Tuesday’s General Election made their final pitch as the campaign period officially came to an end on Friday.
As campaigns go to the home stretch ahead of Tuesday’s polls, politicians must take a stronger stand against violence.
The Kenya track and field team will have one big disadvantage during the ongoing 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships in London.
Exhortations by the diplomatic corps to maintain peace during and after the August 8 general elections simply serve to reinforce what every Kenyan should be preaching.
It is essential that IEBC is able to organise a broadly credible election and avoid a shambolic logistical and administrative approach which could open the door to accusations of vote manipulation, prompting violence. Additionally, the manner in which the electoral results are delivered will also be critical.
Chief Justice David Maraga has in the past made it clear that judicial appointments are no longer a favour from the Executive.
The test-run of the Kenya Elections Integrated System went ahead Wednesday as planned.
The negative effects of the bicameral Parliament failing to agree expeditiously on allocation of funds to county governments are being felt as counties are unable to pay workers their July salaries.
What would be the point of allowing media houses to tally results and more importantly, isn’t tallying about arriving at a specific figure which then the public has the right to know?