US red carpet for Ruto is fine, but what is in it for Kenyans?
Amid the pomp and circumstance, what our leadership must remember is that America is not doing this out of their love for Kenya, but for what they can get from this relationship.
By 28 days ago
US red carpet for Ruto is fine, but what is in it for Kenyans?
Spare us wild goose chase in weak impeachment motions
Does it not make an unnecessary mockery to our governance processes and lead to further loss of public faith in accountability processes?
By 1 month ago
Spare us wild goose chase in weak impeachment motions
We knew the floods were on the way, but we didn't prepare well
Some other truths: firstly, no amount of preparation would have totally eliminated the devastating impact of the rain.
By 1 month ago
We knew the floods were on the way, but we didn't prepare well
Big challenge of our democracy is not longer terms for leaders
The five-year “extendable” term is therefore an opportunity to vet their electees and the decide whether they deserve another opportunity.
By 1 month ago
Big challenge of our democracy is not longer terms for leaders
MPs owe Kenyans substantive IEBC after two years in limbo
The Waheshimiwas owe us an electoral commission as a matter of urgency, at any rate before the end of the year.
By 1 month ago
MPs owe Kenyans substantive IEBC after two years in limbo
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Devolving health was the right move but handle medics better
We could do better with the terms of service for doctors and other professionals working in the public sector. County governments need to find a way to improve their conditions of work.
By 2 months ago
Devolving health was the right move but handle medics better
ANC facing it's toughest test in South Africa after foiled dream
The approval by South Africa’s electoral court of Jacob Zuma’s candidature in the May 29 elections is welcome news for the former President whose fall from grace has been agonising. 
By 2 months ago
ANC facing it's toughest test in South Africa after foiled dream
Why allowing creditors to attach public assets will expose us more
To allow creditors benefit of public assets is injurious to broader public interest. The AG needs to seek urgent review of the judgment otherwise, there will be many tears
By 2 months ago
Why allowing creditors to attach public assets will expose us more
Lessons from four characters around the cross on humanity
The Bible accounts of the “passion week”, as it known, exhibits several types of people; what have been variably called “characters around the cross”.
By 2 months ago
Lessons from four characters around the cross on humanity
Lobbying for state opportunity also happens in other nations
The shadowy financing of politics in Africa means the rewards are also shadowy and associated with clientelism
By 2 months ago
Lobbying for state opportunity also happens in other nations
For the world to win in Haiti, support of NGO actors is vital
With this week’s resignation of Prime Minster Ariel Henry, the Kenyan police mission to Haiti has collapsed, at least for the time being.
By 3 months ago
For the world to win in Haiti, support of NGO actors is vital
The changing terrain, new LSK President must navigate to win
Faith Odhiambo becomes the second woman in LSK history to hold such a post after Raychelle Omamo.
By 3 months ago
The changing terrain, new LSK  President must navigate to win
A stable shilling helpful to our economy than weakened dollar
The shilling has been steadily losing value against major currencies trading from Sh120 to the dollar in January of 2023 to the painful value of Sh164 to the dollar in January 2024.
By 4 months ago
A stable shilling helpful to our economy than weakened dollar
US presidential race offers key lessons on leadership qualities
In a country where the median age of the population is 38 years, the race will be, absent of unforeseeable occurrences, between two octogenarians.
By 4 months ago
US presidential race offers key  lessons on leadership qualities
At golden age of 60, I have seen Kenya's huge moments of hope
History records that the greed for power led the opposition to squander that chance and allowed KANU to run the country until 2002.
By 5 months ago
At golden age of 60, I have seen Kenya's huge moments of hope
Why the President should lead management of public finances
I hold the view that if we elect a government, we must give it tools to execute its promised agenda. If it fails, we have an opportunity to send it home in the next election.
By 5 months ago
Why the President should lead management of public finances
Let's rethink our value system for a more progressive Kenya
As for opposition, they appear lost, with zero strategy beyond the occasional statement of intent to demonstrate. Opiyo Wandayi & Co, the country needs you.
By 5 months ago
Let's rethink our value system for a more progressive Kenya
People who deserve bouquets and those who should get barbs
The final barb goes to KPLC. In the last year, we have had at least four national blackouts, some placing our international airport in total darkness.
By 5 months ago
People who deserve bouquets and those who should get barbs
Major rethink needed to end the circus of botched prosecutions
While releasing the former CS, the presiding magistrate made some disparaging comments about the conduct of the ODPP indicating that the office had been complicit in the case’s collapse.
By 5 months ago
Major rethink needed to end the circus of botched prosecutions
There is much to be hopeful for despite wasted opportunities
We have squandered many opportunities to get further ahead, and have left too many Kenyans in daily despair, but there are still many reasons to jivunia kuwa Mkenya.
By 6 months ago
There is much to be hopeful for despite wasted opportunities
National Dialogue report has its failings but key deals have been reached, too
Like the BBI, the Nadco report has numerous positive proposals that can be adjusted administratively with minimal political will.
By 6 months ago
National Dialogue report has its failings but key deals have been reached, too
Four areas to invest in today for your well-being in twilight years
Once you enter the 7th floor, the body will start sending messages that you need to start slowing down. In the 80s decade and thereafter, the body will itself slow you down.
By 6 months ago
Four areas to invest in today for your well-being in twilight years
The world must stop the silent genocide happening in Sudan
The African Union must own this crisis and reign in the generals, who appear well resourced, and determined to keep fighting. It must push for a peaceful resolution of the conflict.
By 6 months ago
The world must stop the silent genocide happening in Sudan
Israel needs to figure out how to reduce children casualties
The saddest part about this war is not just the absolute numbers, it is more about the disproportionate number of civilians, especially children, who have been victims of this war.
By 7 months ago
Israel needs to figure out how to reduce children casualties
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Lessons from Governor Kawira ouster bid and Senate's stature
The removal of an elected official by way of impeachment is a serious affair intended to be the ultimate avenue for ensuring accountability in governance systems.
By 7 months ago
Lessons from Governor Kawira ouster bid and Senate's stature
US red carpet for Ruto is fine, but what is in it for Kenyans?
Amid the pomp and circumstance, what our leadership must remember is that America is not doing this out of their love for Kenya, but for what they can get from this relationship.
By 28 days ago
US red carpet for Ruto is fine, but what is in it for Kenyans?
Spare us wild goose chase in weak impeachment motions
Does it not make an unnecessary mockery to our governance processes and lead to further loss of public faith in accountability processes?
By 1 month ago
Spare us wild goose chase in weak impeachment motions
We knew the floods were on the way, but we didn't prepare well
Some other truths: firstly, no amount of preparation would have totally eliminated the devastating impact of the rain.
By 1 month ago
We knew the floods were on the way, but we didn't prepare well
Big challenge of our democracy is not longer terms for leaders
The five-year “extendable” term is therefore an opportunity to vet their electees and the decide whether they deserve another opportunity.
By 1 month ago
Big challenge of our democracy is not longer terms for leaders
MPs owe Kenyans substantive IEBC after two years in limbo
The Waheshimiwas owe us an electoral commission as a matter of urgency, at any rate before the end of the year.
By 1 month ago
MPs owe Kenyans substantive IEBC after two years in limbo
Premium
Devolving health was the right move but handle medics better
We could do better with the terms of service for doctors and other professionals working in the public sector. County governments need to find a way to improve their conditions of work.
By 2 months ago
Devolving health was the right move but handle medics better
ANC facing it's toughest test in South Africa after foiled dream
The approval by South Africa’s electoral court of Jacob Zuma’s candidature in the May 29 elections is welcome news for the former President whose fall from grace has been agonising. 
By 2 months ago
ANC facing it's toughest test in South Africa after foiled dream
Why allowing creditors to attach public assets will expose us more
To allow creditors benefit of public assets is injurious to broader public interest. The AG needs to seek urgent review of the judgment otherwise, there will be many tears
By 2 months ago
Why allowing creditors to attach public assets will expose us more
Lessons from four characters around the cross on humanity
The Bible accounts of the “passion week”, as it known, exhibits several types of people; what have been variably called “characters around the cross”.
By 2 months ago
Lessons from four characters around the cross on humanity
Lobbying for state opportunity also happens in other nations
The shadowy financing of politics in Africa means the rewards are also shadowy and associated with clientelism
By 2 months ago
Lobbying for state opportunity also happens in other nations
For the world to win in Haiti, support of NGO actors is vital
With this week’s resignation of Prime Minster Ariel Henry, the Kenyan police mission to Haiti has collapsed, at least for the time being.
By 3 months ago
For the world to win in Haiti, support of NGO actors is vital
The changing terrain, new LSK President must navigate to win
Faith Odhiambo becomes the second woman in LSK history to hold such a post after Raychelle Omamo.
By 3 months ago
The changing terrain, new LSK  President must navigate to win
A stable shilling helpful to our economy than weakened dollar
The shilling has been steadily losing value against major currencies trading from Sh120 to the dollar in January of 2023 to the painful value of Sh164 to the dollar in January 2024.
By 4 months ago
A stable shilling helpful to our economy than weakened dollar
US presidential race offers key lessons on leadership qualities
In a country where the median age of the population is 38 years, the race will be, absent of unforeseeable occurrences, between two octogenarians.
By 4 months ago
US presidential race offers key  lessons on leadership qualities
At golden age of 60, I have seen Kenya's huge moments of hope
History records that the greed for power led the opposition to squander that chance and allowed KANU to run the country until 2002.
By 5 months ago
At golden age of 60, I have seen Kenya's huge moments of hope
Co-op Bank's Mco-opCash hit by technical glitches
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Media groups condemn attack on journalists
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You have blood on your hands, IG Koome told
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