Opinion was divided between those who felt the violence was spontaneous and those who tied it down to calls for mass action by the Opposition. And in the recriminations that followed, the real meaning of mass action was lost.
Our oral health indicators are still unacceptably low. Furthermore, the public and policy makers are not well sensitised on issues around oral health.
Over time, our education system has been vilified for putting emphasis on examinations at the expense of other aspects of holistic training. As a consequence, the country has ended up with poorly prepared graduates who make employers despair
Now consider the current NASA battle royale pitting Kalonzo Musyoka, Raila Odinga, Moses Wetang'ula, and Musalia Mudavadi.
Looking back at the past five decades, we cannot help but be immensely proud of the progress made by women on the socio-economic and political fronts. Today, Kenya has a total of 86 women members of Parliament.
The reliance on technology to solve environmental problems has seen a pragmatic evolution lately.
Cost and the quality of healthcare is a major concern for many of us today.
The appointment of Dr Laban Ayiro as the acting vice-chancellor of Moi University last year brought out the worst in local leaders.
The ink had hardly dried on the return-to-work formula signed between striking doctors and the national and county governments when a new row emerged.
Everyone likes a helper. Especially in these hard economic times. Actually, scratch that. Everyone likes a helper, period. Because we’ve all been through hard times.
“There are times,” said former British Prime Minister James Callaghan, “perhaps every 30 years when there is a sea change in politics. It then does not matter what you say or what you do.”
Doubt has been expressed on some of the figures the Government has regularly given out to corroborate its development record.
The National Assembly has 349 members, the senate has just 67. If you really want to cut down on expenses, it is rather obvious which one should be scrapped.
Good day Your Excellency. I hope this finds you in good spirits. Now, I did not enjoy the State of the Nation address last week.