If you can't make poor people rich, eat them
Uber and boda boda drivers are the pick of the basket. They are graduates of the School of Scandal. They have never heard of manners, courtesy or common decency.
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If you can't make poor people rich, eat them
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Of Karua, Orengo and Alice in Wonderland
James Orengo has now ring-fenced Luo Nyanza as an exclusively ODM zone. He has appointed one MP as the commander of a latter-day Jeshi La Mzee. Dissenters beware.
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Of Karua, Orengo and Alice in Wonderland
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There'll be no revolution in Kenya anytime soon
Beware where the sweet birds sing. Many of those who sing of revolutions are in the same nest.
By 2 months ago
There'll be no revolution in Kenya anytime soon
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Time has come to hit factory reset on Kenya
Kenyans have been saying things to power for 60 years. Power has not listened. Un jour viendra.
By 2 months ago
Time has come to hit factory reset on Kenya
Mr President, change tack or unpleasant 2027 awaits
The unchanging alphabet of life has taught us that he is wise, he who has received wisdom. The path to wisdom is not coated in honey. Wisdom is often a factor of bitter truth.
By 2 months ago
Mr President, change tack or unpleasant 2027 awaits
Who'll make a case for lost girls of S Sudan?
I stumbled into some of these girls in Kakuma Refugee Camp in the course of investigating the factors behind the longevity of the camp.
By 3 months ago
Who'll make a case for lost girls of S Sudan?
Let's handle the transition in education keenly
This year’s Class 8 is the last 8–4–4 cohort all the way to university. The learners must go steady up to the finishing line. They have no room for stumbling.
By 3 months ago
Let's handle the transition in education keenly
Priceless life's lessons from King Charles tour
Some of us remember the royal wedding in 1981, between Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. It was the talk of the whole world, in the prime of our youth.
By 3 months ago
Priceless life's lessons from King Charles tour
Only a lean government can get us out of this pit
The bigger trouble is that we fear the facts. We are content to scratch at the surface and to address the symptoms. The facts are too inconvenient to be confronted.
By 3 months ago
Only a lean government can get us out of this pit
It's what it is, but it is not all doom and gloom
We feed ourselves on intended hostility towards those who don’t agree with us, paralysing cynicism, and a sense of rank hopelessness. The heart wants to sink.
By 4 months ago
It's what it is, but it is not all doom and gloom
Rethink forced migration to reflect today's reality
Before the modern-day international system, through the League of Nations and later the United Nations, the story of man was about migration, might and conquest.
By 4 months ago
Rethink forced migration to reflect today's reality
Ruling class must stop fighting, mend the nation
The hopelessness and desperation is real. The recent feverish rush in the Worldcoin saga, and the dizzying scramble for a place in the military, speak to this.
By 5 months ago
Ruling class must stop fighting, mend the nation
Grand theft has killed dreams, it's not pilferage
The cost of living is rising like the tide. I lie if I say I know where we are headed. I can only say we are in a very bad place.
By 5 months ago
Grand theft has killed dreams, it's not pilferage
Summit served rude awakening on real danger
We are destroying the planet. Our activities are destroying the environment and changing the climate, for worse. The globe is warming, as a factor of greenhouse gas emissions.
By 5 months ago
Summit served rude awakening on real danger
Reigning chaos reflects our nation's sick soul
The above-the-law-multiple-cross-scissor motorbikes are the ultimate reflection of the state of the collective mind and the sick soul of the nation.
By 5 months ago
Reigning chaos reflects our nation's sick soul
Yes, someone can be living and dead at once
Death, in African context, is incomplete for a long time. Provided that at least one person who knew the departed is still alive and remembers them, the person is dead but alive.
By 6 months ago
Yes, someone can be living and dead at once
Keep Kenyan dream alive amid restless defeatism
Kenya sits at an intriguing crossroads. It’s 60 years of independence and ten years of devolution. Independence in 1963 came with a rich raft of dreams. A blessed land and nation.
By 6 months ago
Keep Kenyan dream alive amid restless defeatism
What team Ruto and Azimio must agree on first
What is the big question? Azimio’s grievances have been mercurial, where they are not fluid and chameleonic.
By 6 months ago
What team Ruto and Azimio must agree on first
If you can't make poor people rich, eat them
Uber and boda boda drivers are the pick of the basket. They are graduates of the School of Scandal. They have never heard of manners, courtesy or common decency.
By 1 month ago
If you can't make poor people rich, eat them
Premium
Of Karua, Orengo and Alice in Wonderland
James Orengo has now ring-fenced Luo Nyanza as an exclusively ODM zone. He has appointed one MP as the commander of a latter-day Jeshi La Mzee. Dissenters beware.
By 1 month ago
Of Karua, Orengo and Alice in Wonderland
Premium
There'll be no revolution in Kenya anytime soon
Beware where the sweet birds sing. Many of those who sing of revolutions are in the same nest.
By 2 months ago
There'll be no revolution in Kenya anytime soon
Premium
Time has come to hit factory reset on Kenya
Kenyans have been saying things to power for 60 years. Power has not listened. Un jour viendra.
By 2 months ago
Time has come to hit factory reset on Kenya
Mr President, change tack or unpleasant 2027 awaits
The unchanging alphabet of life has taught us that he is wise, he who has received wisdom. The path to wisdom is not coated in honey. Wisdom is often a factor of bitter truth.
By 2 months ago
Mr President, change tack or unpleasant 2027 awaits
Who'll make a case for lost girls of S Sudan?
I stumbled into some of these girls in Kakuma Refugee Camp in the course of investigating the factors behind the longevity of the camp.
By 3 months ago
Who'll make a case for lost girls of S Sudan?
Let's handle the transition in education keenly
This year’s Class 8 is the last 8–4–4 cohort all the way to university. The learners must go steady up to the finishing line. They have no room for stumbling.
By 3 months ago
Let's handle the transition in education keenly
Priceless life's lessons from King Charles tour
Some of us remember the royal wedding in 1981, between Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. It was the talk of the whole world, in the prime of our youth.
By 3 months ago
Priceless life's lessons from King Charles tour
Only a lean government can get us out of this pit
The bigger trouble is that we fear the facts. We are content to scratch at the surface and to address the symptoms. The facts are too inconvenient to be confronted.
By 3 months ago
Only a lean government can get us out of this pit
It's what it is, but it is not all doom and gloom
We feed ourselves on intended hostility towards those who don’t agree with us, paralysing cynicism, and a sense of rank hopelessness. The heart wants to sink.
By 4 months ago
It's what it is, but it is not all doom and gloom
Rethink forced migration to reflect today's reality
Before the modern-day international system, through the League of Nations and later the United Nations, the story of man was about migration, might and conquest.
By 4 months ago
Rethink forced migration to reflect today's reality
Ruling class must stop fighting, mend the nation
The hopelessness and desperation is real. The recent feverish rush in the Worldcoin saga, and the dizzying scramble for a place in the military, speak to this.
By 5 months ago
Ruling class must stop fighting, mend the nation
Grand theft has killed dreams, it's not pilferage
The cost of living is rising like the tide. I lie if I say I know where we are headed. I can only say we are in a very bad place.
By 5 months ago
Grand theft has killed dreams, it's not pilferage
Summit served rude awakening on real danger
We are destroying the planet. Our activities are destroying the environment and changing the climate, for worse. The globe is warming, as a factor of greenhouse gas emissions.
By 5 months ago
Summit served rude awakening on real danger
Reigning chaos reflects our nation's sick soul
The above-the-law-multiple-cross-scissor motorbikes are the ultimate reflection of the state of the collective mind and the sick soul of the nation.
By 5 months ago
Reigning chaos reflects our nation's sick soul
Yes, someone can be living and dead at once
Death, in African context, is incomplete for a long time. Provided that at least one person who knew the departed is still alive and remembers them, the person is dead but alive.
By 6 months ago
Yes, someone can be living and dead at once
Keep Kenyan dream alive amid restless defeatism
Kenya sits at an intriguing crossroads. It’s 60 years of independence and ten years of devolution. Independence in 1963 came with a rich raft of dreams. A blessed land and nation.
By 6 months ago
Keep Kenyan dream alive amid restless defeatism
What team Ruto and Azimio must agree on first
What is the big question? Azimio’s grievances have been mercurial, where they are not fluid and chameleonic.
By 6 months ago
What team Ruto and Azimio must agree on first
If you can't make poor people rich, eat them
Uber and boda boda drivers are the pick of the basket. They are graduates of the School of Scandal. They have never heard of manners, courtesy or common decency.
By 1 month ago
If you can't make poor people rich, eat them
Premium
Of Karua, Orengo and Alice in Wonderland
James Orengo has now ring-fenced Luo Nyanza as an exclusively ODM zone. He has appointed one MP as the commander of a latter-day Jeshi La Mzee. Dissenters beware.
By 1 month ago
Of Karua, Orengo and Alice in Wonderland
Premium
There'll be no revolution in Kenya anytime soon
Beware where the sweet birds sing. Many of those who sing of revolutions are in the same nest.
By 2 months ago
There'll be no revolution in Kenya anytime soon
Premium
Time has come to hit factory reset on Kenya
Kenyans have been saying things to power for 60 years. Power has not listened. Un jour viendra.
By 2 months ago
Time has come to hit factory reset on Kenya
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