Agony as school for deaf on verge of closure
Iten School for the Deaf headteacher says government capitation funds have dried out, leaving the school in dire straits.
By Christopher Kipsang 1 year ago
Agony as school for deaf on verge of closure
Let peace prevail as Kenyans go to polls on Tuesday
So far, the IEBC has shown leadership in sorting out the manual register conundrum, technology behind transmission of presidential results and the perplexing Venezuelan debacle.
By Christopher Kipsang 1 year ago
Let peace prevail as Kenyans go to polls on Tuesday
Governor Alex Tolgos cleared to face Senator Kipchumba Murkomen in August polls
Tolgos, who is exiting the governor seat after serving two terms, will battle for the Senate seat on Jubilee ticket against the incumbent Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen of UDA.
By Christopher Kipsang, Obare Osinde 2 years ago
Governor Alex Tolgos cleared to face Senator Kipchumba Murkomen in August polls
Bandits spray primary school teacher with bullets in Kerio Valley
The Chesongoch Primary School teacher was attacked while on his way home moments after leaving work on Tuesday evening.
By Christopher Kipsang 2 years ago
Bandits spray primary school teacher with bullets in Kerio Valley
Man accused of killing wife, three children in Nandi
A 36-year-old man is in police custody for allegedly killing his wife and three children at Ndalat Village, Nandi County.
By Christopher Kipsang and Edward Kosut 2 years ago
Man accused of killing wife, three children in Nandi
Auditions for Ms President Reality Show begin
Nine candidates from Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County, have qualified for the next round of auditions of the Ms President reality show.
By Christopher Kipsang 2 years ago
Auditions for Ms President Reality Show begin
Why ‘Hustler Nation’ is gaining traction
Covid-19 has only fueled the misery of the 'hustler.'
By Harrison Ikunda 3 years ago
Why ‘Hustler Nation’ is gaining traction
Why Uhuru is cracking whip amid coronavirus
If the history of late President Moi’s rule is anything to go by, crises can be an opportune time to carry out desired changes.
By Harrison Ikunda 4 years ago
Why Uhuru is cracking whip amid coronavirus
The death of Moi and what makes Kenya complicated
Moi was lucky to get to politics at the right time.
By Harrison Ikunda 4 years ago
The death of Moi and what makes Kenya complicated
Innovation can take us to the next frontier
Year 2015 was tough for businesses and majority of Kenyans, particularly the middle, low-income earners and the many others who have increasingly found it difficult to get suitable employment.
By Harrison Ikunda 8 years ago
Innovation can take us to the next frontier
A rotting society but where are the role models?
I hate hypocrisy. I like people who say things straight and who do exactly what they promise. I hate people who pretend.
By Harrison Ikunda 8 years ago
A rotting society but where are the role models?
Build on the Obama momentum to get Kenya out of the woods
As was expected US President Barrack Obama received a rousing welcome when he visited. This is after all follows that he is highly regarded in Kenya.
By Harrison Ikunda 8 years ago
Build on the Obama momentum to get Kenya out of the woods
Why developers are shunning tenant purchase scheme model
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Tatu City, county row shines spotlight on planning laws
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The more things change, the more they remain same
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