Commentary

NASA fast forgetting who their opponent is
  Comments - 1 week ago

Watching opposition politics in the past few months has exactly the same undertone. The clear picture here is that the Opposition has no idea who their opponent is any more.

Jubilee should do a better job of selling its achievements
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The Jubilee administration recently built an online portal to showcase its achievements over the last four years. The portal was met with mixed reactions, much of it along party lines.

How counties can help create food sufficiency
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Since the advent of devolution, most county governments have found themselves struggling to implement a range of projects to address the triple challenges of poverty, unemployment, and inequality.

Our plan to tackle terror, violence as elections draw near
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The details of the government’s strategy to tackle terrorism and violent extremism

Rather than fight ban, transition to alternatives
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Local manufacturers of plastic bags are determined to fight tooth and nail to defeat the recent ban on their products announced by the government but they better read the mood of the times and transition to sustainable alternative products.

Jua Kali sector is big business, ignore it at your own peril
  Comments - 1 week ago

In 2012, the Government promised it would ensure the Jua Kali sector receives attention and financial inclusion like other sectors heavily contributing to development in the country’s industrialisation process.

Opinion: JSC should give President Kenyatta a break
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The JSC was frothing at the mouth, trying to remind the President that he had no meaningful role in the appointment of the CJ and that he should simply do his politics without dragging in Maraga’s name.

Of politics, political capital and overnight sensations
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

Political capital. That intangible currency that can transform political lightweights into heavyweight champions.

Government support for Chamber of Commerce good for economy
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

As a membership-based organisation, the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry primarily depends on annual dues from its members to finance its day-to-day operations and carry out its mandate.

Fool-proof electoral system will minimise fights over elections
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?“I don’t know whether they are cooking results,” said former chairman of the defunct Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK) Samuel Kivuitu as the country faced a cliffhanger in the 2007 General Election.

Journalists can turn the fortunes of the sugar industry
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

When will the media rise up to focus on other issues such as irrigation, as a solution to inadequate raw material as a result of overreliance on rainfall, which has become irregular in the last 10 years?

TV stations should rethink use of opinion polls or ask better questions
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

One of the most popular ways of encouraging viewer participation in Kenya is through opinion poll question asked in main news bulletins across all television stations

We must strive to live and act strictly within the Constitution’s four corners
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

What is of greater concern is the statement made by the president thereafter. He promised and even swore, by God, that should the doctors go on strike ever again, he will sack them without thinking twice!

Kenya needs to tone down public discourse
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

Something refreshingly positive is happening in our national discourse.

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