New measures that could net graft barons
The Government has reiterated its commitment to continued implementation of the National Call to Action Against Corruption.
By Moses Kuria 6 years ago
New measures that could net graft barons
Capping of interest rates wrong remedy for banks excesses
Parliament passed the Banking (Amendment) Bill, now famously referred to as the Jude Njomo Bill that seeks to cap interest rates.
By Moses Kuria 7 years ago
Capping of interest rates wrong remedy for banks excesses
Moses Kuria's lesson from Pangani cell: When we talk to each other our differences are narrow
The last one week has been one of the most riveting in the recent political history of our country.
By Moses Kuria 7 years ago
Moses Kuria's lesson from Pangani cell: When we talk to each other our differences are narrow
Referendum flop exposes CORD’s flaws
The failure by Cord to meet the one million signature cut-off required to initiate the Okoa Kenya movement marks the latest in a series of self-inflicted setbacks that continue to undermine the coalition’s political future.
By Moses Kuria 7 years ago
Referendum flop exposes CORD’s flaws
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s achievements stand out
Apparently even Jubilee people had started believing when CORD said this government had done nothing. But we cannot blame ‘wanjiku’ for this; until last week the Opposition was ‘her’ only source of information on government progress.
By MOSES KURIA 7 years ago
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s achievements stand out
Uhuru’s meeting with other heads of state paying off
This week President Uhuru Kenyatta was in Israel for a three-day State visit. The objectives of the visit included cementing trade between Kenya and Israel, enhanced investment opportunities and bolstering security ties between the two countries.
By MOSES KURIA 7 years ago
Uhuru’s meeting with other heads of state paying off
Governors too concerned about personal benefits
As the meeting between kingpins of the two levels of government took place at the Sagana State Lodge, I could not help but recall
By MOSES KURIA 8 years ago
Governors too concerned about personal benefits
Adopt project based budgeting in Kenyan counties
There is no gainsaying that devolution has brought forth a lot of positive aspects. Yes, it has its own fair share of challenges but we are better off with devolution than without it.
By MOSES KURIA 8 years ago
Adopt project based budgeting in Kenyan counties
Mandera offers a turning point in war on terror
When I first heard news that heroic Muslims in Mandera had thwarted the evil designs of Al Shabaab to separate them from Christians with the aim of killing the latter, I thought it was too good to be true.
By MOSES KURIA 8 years ago
Mandera offers a turning point in war on terror
Moses Kuria: Kenya’s cooperation with the ICC no longer tenable
During the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) hearings in Arusha between 1995 and 2003, Eboue Osuji was a senior trial attorney. Fatou Bensouda was his immediate deputy as a trial attorney.
By MOSES KURIA 8 years ago
Moses Kuria: Kenya’s cooperation with the ICC no longer tenable
Ruto leads country in mourning Kiptum as marathoner buried
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