Commentary

Media should not be fooled by those seeking elective posts
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Should we judge people based on their media preparedness and can such preparedness and priming help us make sense of their values?

Our sisters from Central should wake up to reality of polygamy
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Let us deal with the reality by sharing the men — after all we shall be going back to the ways of ancestors.

Development isn't just about infrastructure but investing in people
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Imagine of a nation where economies grow by consumption and not production, where individuals take up power with the mentality of it is our time to eat rather than its time to expand the pie.

How religious leaders can ensure peaceful elections
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“But I say to you that listen, Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, 28 bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you. 29 If anyone strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also; 31 Do to others as you would have them do to you.

Why ethnic numbers alone won’t decide polls outcome
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It is amazing that President Uhuru Kenyatta could win the August 8 elections. I say this because under normal circumstances, an incumbent presiding over runaway inflation, insecurity and grand corruption of the scale Kenya has recently experienced would be in the polling doldrums.

Jubilee legacy on higher education hugely troubling
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From budget cuts to political interference, the government’s four-year score in university education is, at best, mediocre.

Now give way for Huduma Mashinani; another of firsts
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The government’s commitment to transform the way public service delivery is provided to Kenyans cannot be foresaid. Indeed, it is their constitutional right to excellent services from the government.

Is barring clinical officers from doing surgery fair?
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We should all applaud the Government for making this decision because anyone taking care of patients especially those doing surgeries should have adequate training.

NASA’s 10 million votes narrative could prove fatal
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In the past fortnight, the NASA brigade has set a juggernaut of a political narrative running, claiming they have 10 million votes out of the 19 million registered voters.

National security is a political agenda
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As Kenyans wade through the four months of election campaigns, it is easy to forget that competitive politics and democracy are only possible where national security is guaranteed.

Does 5.8pc economic growth figure mean well for Vision 2030?
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Economists use figures to talk about economic development. Kenya’s 2017 economic survey figure of 5.8 per cent economic growth seems to have done just that.

Opinion: Pain of voters caught between proud Jubilee and tactless NASA
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“The ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month and next year,” said former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, “and to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn’t happen,” makes for a politician.

Why we need Oburu Oginga and Kalonzo’s son at EALA
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In the last few days we have seen this man display great acts of personal sacrifice and magnanimity; foregoing his entitlement; his birth right of representing us at the East African Legislative Assembly in Arusha.

European Union: Full-blown partnership with Kenya
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Looking back over the past year, the strength of this partnership has enabled us to respond effectively to crises, most notably the stalling last summer of the Economic Partnership Agreement and more recently the impact of the drought on Kenya and its neighbours.

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