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Mwakenya the revolutionary movement that shook Kenya
The seventh of July is Kenya's unofficial anniversary of the struggle for democracy. We trace its roots to the Mwkenya Movement.
By Daniel Wesangula 1 month ago
Mwakenya the revolutionary movement that shook Kenya
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When the State struck back against Mwakenya
When the government cracked drawn on Mwakenya, there was nowhere to run or hide.
By Daniel Wesangula 1 month ago
When the State struck back against Mwakenya
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DCI Twitter: Where suspects are charged, declared guilty online
With a following of 1.1 million, it's a thin line between bursting crime and charging suspects on social media court. Lawyers say there should be balance between informing and rights of a suspect
By Daniel Wesangula 1 month ago
DCI Twitter: Where suspects are charged, declared guilty online
COP27: Africa this World Environment Day
This year’s theme ‘Only One Earth’ seeks to remind nations of the responsibilities that await them in making decisions that protect rather that destroy the earth.
By Daniel Wesangula 2 months ago
COP27: Africa this World Environment Day
Scientists apply art to tell climate action, land use stories
Presentations by the scientists touched on subjects such as soil fertility management, food security and reclamation of previous mines to become productive agricultural works.
By Daniel Wesangula 2 months ago
Scientists apply art to tell climate action, land use stories
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Kenyan Ivory kingpin pleads guilty to charges in a US court
He was arrested at the Moi International Airport on his way back from Yemen.
By Daniel Wesangula 2 months ago
Kenyan Ivory kingpin pleads guilty to charges in a US court
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Samuel Mugota: Hard questions over killing of man who lived a double life
Those who were intimate with the man knew nothing of his criminality. None of his wives knew of his arrests despite reports he had been arrested 30 times in a span of 11 years.
By Kamore Maina 2 months ago
Samuel Mugota: Hard questions over killing of man who lived a double life
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Sonko's political storm descends on Mombasa
Sonko has the uncanny ability to show up at the most opportune time and though he may have come into the race late, he has proven from history that he has the legs to last the race.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Sonko's political storm descends on Mombasa
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Kibaki's battles: The commander-in-chief did what was necessary
Between 2002 and 2012, Mwai Kibaki, a man who never publicly donned a military uniform, went to war against terrorists, secessionists, and a gang of disillusioned youths.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Kibaki's battles: The commander-in-chief did what was necessary
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Mwai Kibaki, the man who changed Kenya
Mwai Kibaki was sworn into office on December 30, 2002. In him and those around him, Kenyans saw a tribalism-free nation.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki, the man who changed Kenya
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Obama highlights wonders of Tsavo, as park fights off old and emerging threats
A recent docuseries by former American President Barack Obama shines light on the importance of the world’s protected areas in the fight against climate change.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Obama highlights wonders of Tsavo, as park fights off old and emerging threats
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The two beasts of Kibarani and Aisha’s five-year wait for justice
Aisha's attackers stabbed, gang-raped and later tied her down to a railway line, hoping that an oncoming train would run over her and kill her.
By Daniel Wesangula 4 months ago
The two beasts of Kibarani and Aisha’s five-year wait for justice
The world of Mike Sonko revisited
The US travel ban on former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko is just another chapter in his life on the fast lane.
By Daniel Wesangula 5 months ago
The world of Mike Sonko revisited
Living in a glass house didn’t stop Sonko from throwing stones
Sonko’s governorship was a combination of all these three things. There was some goodness in it. Some danger as well. And ultimately confusion too.
By Daniel Wesangula 5 months ago
Living in a glass house didn’t stop Sonko from throwing stones
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When love for school cuts deep, curious case of life-long student
Gamaliel Isaac Mogoi was old enough to be a parent to some of the boys he had stood in line with at supper time at Alliance High School.
By Daniel Wesangula 5 months ago
When love for school cuts deep, curious case of life-long student
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Nzioka Waita: President's man jumps from power axis to political jungle
As an experienced manager, he says he will not just be a politician but will work with other leaders to transform Machakos.
By Daniel Wesangula 6 months ago
Nzioka Waita: President's man jumps from power axis to political jungle
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My heart bleeds for everyone he hurt, mother of terrorist says
Sakina Mariam, mother of Salim Gichunge, the man who planned Dusit attack, speaks on her tribulations since incident.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
My heart bleeds for everyone he hurt, mother of terrorist says
Conservation icon and former civil service boss Leakey dies at 77
Dr Richard Leakey died just hours after his close friend Charles Njonjo died and was cremated.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
Conservation icon and former civil service boss Leakey dies at 77
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From cremation to green burials to aquamation: Why the quiet exit
A man of meticulous planning, Charles Njonjo’s instructions were clear. He was to be cremated soon after death.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
From cremation to green burials to aquamation: Why the quiet exit
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A bloody year: Bizarre crimes that shook the nation in 2021
Although death dominated the crime scene, other bizarre acts of crime also made it to the headlines.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
A bloody year: Bizarre crimes that shook the nation in 2021
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Mwakenya the revolutionary movement that shook Kenya
The seventh of July is Kenya's unofficial anniversary of the struggle for democracy. We trace its roots to the Mwkenya Movement.
By Daniel Wesangula 1 month ago
Mwakenya the revolutionary movement that shook Kenya
Premium
When the State struck back against Mwakenya
When the government cracked drawn on Mwakenya, there was nowhere to run or hide.
By Daniel Wesangula 1 month ago
When the State struck back against Mwakenya
Premium
DCI Twitter: Where suspects are charged, declared guilty online
With a following of 1.1 million, it's a thin line between bursting crime and charging suspects on social media court. Lawyers say there should be balance between informing and rights of a suspect
By Daniel Wesangula 1 month ago
DCI Twitter: Where suspects are charged, declared guilty online
COP27: Africa this World Environment Day
This year’s theme ‘Only One Earth’ seeks to remind nations of the responsibilities that await them in making decisions that protect rather that destroy the earth.
By Daniel Wesangula 2 months ago
COP27: Africa this World Environment Day
Scientists apply art to tell climate action, land use stories
Presentations by the scientists touched on subjects such as soil fertility management, food security and reclamation of previous mines to become productive agricultural works.
By Daniel Wesangula 2 months ago
Scientists apply art to tell climate action, land use stories
Premium
Kenyan Ivory kingpin pleads guilty to charges in a US court
He was arrested at the Moi International Airport on his way back from Yemen.
By Daniel Wesangula 2 months ago
Kenyan Ivory kingpin pleads guilty to charges in a US court
Premium
Samuel Mugota: Hard questions over killing of man who lived a double life
Those who were intimate with the man knew nothing of his criminality. None of his wives knew of his arrests despite reports he had been arrested 30 times in a span of 11 years.
By Kamore Maina 2 months ago
Samuel Mugota: Hard questions over killing of man who lived a double life
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Sonko's political storm descends on Mombasa
Sonko has the uncanny ability to show up at the most opportune time and though he may have come into the race late, he has proven from history that he has the legs to last the race.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Sonko's political storm descends on Mombasa
Premium
Kibaki's battles: The commander-in-chief did what was necessary
Between 2002 and 2012, Mwai Kibaki, a man who never publicly donned a military uniform, went to war against terrorists, secessionists, and a gang of disillusioned youths.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Kibaki's battles: The commander-in-chief did what was necessary
Premium
Mwai Kibaki, the man who changed Kenya
Mwai Kibaki was sworn into office on December 30, 2002. In him and those around him, Kenyans saw a tribalism-free nation.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki, the man who changed Kenya
Premium
Obama highlights wonders of Tsavo, as park fights off old and emerging threats
A recent docuseries by former American President Barack Obama shines light on the importance of the world’s protected areas in the fight against climate change.
By Daniel Wesangula 3 months ago
Obama highlights wonders of Tsavo, as park fights off old and emerging threats
Premium
The two beasts of Kibarani and Aisha’s five-year wait for justice
Aisha's attackers stabbed, gang-raped and later tied her down to a railway line, hoping that an oncoming train would run over her and kill her.
By Daniel Wesangula 4 months ago
The two beasts of Kibarani and Aisha’s five-year wait for justice
The world of Mike Sonko revisited
The US travel ban on former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko is just another chapter in his life on the fast lane.
By Daniel Wesangula 5 months ago
The world of Mike Sonko revisited
Living in a glass house didn’t stop Sonko from throwing stones
Sonko’s governorship was a combination of all these three things. There was some goodness in it. Some danger as well. And ultimately confusion too.
By Daniel Wesangula 5 months ago
Living in a glass house didn’t stop Sonko from throwing stones
Premium
When love for school cuts deep, curious case of life-long student
Gamaliel Isaac Mogoi was old enough to be a parent to some of the boys he had stood in line with at supper time at Alliance High School.
By Daniel Wesangula 5 months ago
When love for school cuts deep, curious case of life-long student
Premium
Nzioka Waita: President's man jumps from power axis to political jungle
As an experienced manager, he says he will not just be a politician but will work with other leaders to transform Machakos.
By Daniel Wesangula 6 months ago
Nzioka Waita: President's man jumps from power axis to political jungle
Premium
My heart bleeds for everyone he hurt, mother of terrorist says
Sakina Mariam, mother of Salim Gichunge, the man who planned Dusit attack, speaks on her tribulations since incident.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
My heart bleeds for everyone he hurt, mother of terrorist says
Conservation icon and former civil service boss Leakey dies at 77
Dr Richard Leakey died just hours after his close friend Charles Njonjo died and was cremated.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
Conservation icon and former civil service boss Leakey dies at 77
Premium
From cremation to green burials to aquamation: Why the quiet exit
A man of meticulous planning, Charles Njonjo’s instructions were clear. He was to be cremated soon after death.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
From cremation to green burials to aquamation: Why the quiet exit
Premium
A bloody year: Bizarre crimes that shook the nation in 2021
Although death dominated the crime scene, other bizarre acts of crime also made it to the headlines.
By Daniel Wesangula 7 months ago
A bloody year: Bizarre crimes that shook the nation in 2021