Social media twisting facts about Ruto's trip to the US
No doubt, social media is here to stay. It is cheap, accessible and ubiquitous. It is also fast, many times, breaking news even as it unfolds. But it also has many downsides.
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Social media twisting facts about Ruto's trip to the US
Limuru III is a vehicle for personal ambitions, not community interests
The Limuru III conference ended up being a veritable tower of babel with multiple agendas none of them coming together to make an ensemble.
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Limuru III is a vehicle for personal ambitions, not community interests
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Lessons from former AG who continues to influence in death as in life
Karugu’s thirst for education led him to Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in the US. He was BGSU’s first African student and paved the way for others after him.
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Lessons from former AG who continues to influence in death as in life
Floods have thrown us a curveball but we must prepare for the future
But the scale of current floods, spread across the country, means hundreds of thousands will have to be provided for even as efforts are made to resettle them on safer grounds.
By 2 months ago
Floods have thrown us a curveball but we must prepare for the future
Refrain from reposting news and content against our ethos
Stories and reports should be packaged in a socially acceptable manner with regard given to the sensibilities of communities.
By 2 months ago
Refrain from reposting news and content against our ethos
CS Miano's new push for ease of doing business in Kenya laudable
The Karibu centres are the perfect antidote. They are at once a source of information and, at the same time, facilities to aid in the registration of businesses.
By 3 months ago
CS Miano's new push for ease of doing business in Kenya laudable
Why government is right in not opening Kenyan skies just yet
The question that arises then is whether Kenyan carriers operate on a level playing field. The answer is that they do not.
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Why government is right in not opening Kenyan skies just yet
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Ignore the naysayers, Kenya is still a viable and worthwhile enterprise
Statistics show that the decline in inflation has been caused by a drop in the prices of food items, fuel and electricity which cover about 57% of household budgets.
By 3 months ago
Ignore the naysayers, Kenya is still a viable and worthwhile enterprise
Threats from authorities and steep fines will never end road accidents
Threats and bluster from authorities do not prevent road accidents. Nor are steep fines and jail terms an effective deterrent.
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Threats from authorities and steep fines will never end road accidents
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This is what stronger shilling has done for Kenya
A stronger shilling leads to cheaper or more affordable goods. A favourable exchange rate means interest rates are either held constant or lowered.
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This is what stronger shilling has done for Kenya
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Glory of the Lord is here amongst us?
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru has accused the government of betraying her.
By 4 months ago
Glory of the Lord is here amongst us?
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Political realignments and what they portend for key leaders
The immediate beneficiaries of the latest realignments are President William Ruto and his erstwhile political adversary Raila Odinga.
By 4 months ago
Political realignments and what they portend for key leaders
Do not just complain about corruption, take action
Corruption starts when the interests of self are elevated over those of others.
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Do not just complain about corruption, take action
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Raila's exit will bring much needed political stability
Raila has been the face of resistance against the excesses of successive administrations. His ability to marshal support amongst the rank and file is unparalleled.
By 5 months ago
Raila's exit will bring much needed political stability
Don't forget or repeat mistakes that cost Kenya billions
Project cancellations that are driven by Executive caprice rather than cogent rationale are inimical to citizens. They should not be repeated.
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Don't forget or repeat mistakes that cost Kenya billions
Why Tanzania's victory against Kenya may be pyrrhic
Air Tanzania, like most cargo freighters in Africa, finds itself caught in the thorny problem of one-directional traffic.
By 5 months ago
Why Tanzania's victory against Kenya may be pyrrhic
Iron out chinks in ETA to facilitate smooth flow of visitors
A visa is an official document issued by a government and endorsed on a traveller’s passport. It enables the traveller to enter the country that issues it legally for a specific time and purpose.
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Iron out chinks in ETA to facilitate smooth flow of visitors
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Tension between Executive and Judiciary is necessary
Should the Executive and the Judiciary become overly cozy, it is the people who suffer. In a functioning democracy such as Kenya’s, the Executive has certain coercive abilities.
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Tension between Executive and Judiciary is necessary
Positive things to look forward to for Kenyans in 2024
Ethiopia has just defaulted on one of its sovereign loans while Kenya is still on track to servicing all her external debt obligations.
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Positive things to look forward to for Kenyans in 2024
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This Christmas, the Church is at major crossroads
The Church is at a crossroads. It is again at that point in time when it must take a bold stand. It cannot afford to equivocate on social, political and economic issues of the day.
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This Christmas, the Church is at major crossroads
Improving air connectivity in Africa key to continent's growth
Africa can and should trade within itself pretty much like Europe or America. That is what the Africa Continental Free Trade Area envisages.
By 7 months ago
Improving air connectivity in Africa key to continent's growth
Bipartisan team's report is simply a power-sharing proposal
The NADCO report and the resultant fallout in a section of the stakeholders that mooted it confirms our worst fears; the exercise was nothing more than a power-sharing exercise.
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Bipartisan team's report is simply a power-sharing proposal
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There is reason to be sanguine about Kenya's future
Kenya must allow itself a little crowing. Maligned for its “man-eat-man” policies, it has shaken off the shackles of socialism and risen to become first among equals in the region.
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There is reason to be sanguine about Kenya's future
Lessons from Sri Lanka on populist economic interventions
Last year, Sri Lanka reached the zenith of its economic and financial crises. Angry protestors converged on the presidential residence.
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Lessons from Sri Lanka on populist economic interventions
We should forget protests and keep peace at all costs as a nation
The dialogue committee has declared a stalemate over the cost of living. This stalemate threatens to return the country back to violent demonstrations witnessed earlier in the year.
By 7 months ago
We should forget protests and keep peace at all costs as a nation
Kenya Kwanza should tackle the debt problem head-on
After months of denial by a section of the political elite, it is now widely acknowledged that public debt, inherited from the Jubilee administration, is directly responsible for present hardships.
By 8 months ago
Kenya Kwanza should tackle the debt problem head-on
Social media twisting facts about Ruto's trip to the US
No doubt, social media is here to stay. It is cheap, accessible and ubiquitous. It is also fast, many times, breaking news even as it unfolds. But it also has many downsides.
By 1 month ago
Social media twisting facts about Ruto's trip to the US
Limuru III is a vehicle for personal ambitions, not community interests
The Limuru III conference ended up being a veritable tower of babel with multiple agendas none of them coming together to make an ensemble.
By 1 month ago
Limuru III is a vehicle for personal ambitions, not community interests
Premium
Lessons from former AG who continues to influence in death as in life
Karugu’s thirst for education led him to Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in the US. He was BGSU’s first African student and paved the way for others after him.
By 2 months ago
Lessons from former AG who continues to influence in death as in life
Floods have thrown us a curveball but we must prepare for the future
But the scale of current floods, spread across the country, means hundreds of thousands will have to be provided for even as efforts are made to resettle them on safer grounds.
By 2 months ago
Floods have thrown us a curveball but we must prepare for the future
Refrain from reposting news and content against our ethos
Stories and reports should be packaged in a socially acceptable manner with regard given to the sensibilities of communities.
By 2 months ago
Refrain from reposting news and content against our ethos
CS Miano's new push for ease of doing business in Kenya laudable
The Karibu centres are the perfect antidote. They are at once a source of information and, at the same time, facilities to aid in the registration of businesses.
By 3 months ago
CS Miano's new push for ease of doing business in Kenya laudable
Why government is right in not opening Kenyan skies just yet
The question that arises then is whether Kenyan carriers operate on a level playing field. The answer is that they do not.
By 3 months ago
Why government is right in not opening Kenyan skies just yet
Premium
Ignore the naysayers, Kenya is still a viable and worthwhile enterprise
Statistics show that the decline in inflation has been caused by a drop in the prices of food items, fuel and electricity which cover about 57% of household budgets.
By 3 months ago
Ignore the naysayers, Kenya is still a viable and worthwhile enterprise
Threats from authorities and steep fines will never end road accidents
Threats and bluster from authorities do not prevent road accidents. Nor are steep fines and jail terms an effective deterrent.
By 3 months ago
Threats from authorities and steep fines will never end road accidents
Premium
This is what stronger shilling has done for Kenya
A stronger shilling leads to cheaper or more affordable goods. A favourable exchange rate means interest rates are either held constant or lowered.
By 4 months ago
This is what stronger shilling has done for Kenya
Premium
Glory of the Lord is here amongst us?
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru has accused the government of betraying her.
By 4 months ago
Glory of the Lord is here amongst us?
Premium
Political realignments and what they portend for key leaders
The immediate beneficiaries of the latest realignments are President William Ruto and his erstwhile political adversary Raila Odinga.
By 4 months ago
Political realignments and what they portend for key leaders
Do not just complain about corruption, take action
Corruption starts when the interests of self are elevated over those of others.
By 4 months ago
Do not just complain about corruption, take action
Premium
Raila's exit will bring much needed political stability
Raila has been the face of resistance against the excesses of successive administrations. His ability to marshal support amongst the rank and file is unparalleled.
By 5 months ago
Raila's exit will bring much needed political stability
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