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Is Wajackoyah manifesto just taking youth for a ride?
There are some who consider Wajackoyah a conviction politician; one consumed by his own fundamental values or ideas.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Is Wajackoyah manifesto just taking youth for a ride?
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Lessons from Kune Foods for budding entrepreneurs and politicians
Kune recently closed shop less than a year into operations.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Lessons from Kune Foods for budding entrepreneurs and politicians
Poll agency's decisions raise more questions than answers
Transparent elections are critical to the wellbeing of the nation.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Poll agency's decisions raise more questions than answers
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Wajackoyah a breath of fresh air in a country craving change
The professor’s solutions may sound outlandish but therein lies their appeal.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Wajackoyah a breath of fresh air in a country craving change
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Uhuru, don't believe your own hype, country isn't doing well
From his Madaraka Day speech, President Uhuru Kenyatta comes across as a believer in his own hype.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
Uhuru, don't believe your own hype, country isn't doing well
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Propagandists twisting Rigathi's words to gain political mileage
Goebbelists have accused Rigathi Gachagua of calling for the “killing” of blue-chip companies like mobile operator Safaricom.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
Propagandists twisting Rigathi's words to gain political mileage
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Why Karua, Gachagua are not perfect matches for their bosses
Raila and DP Ruto want to be sure that they each have a running mate who shares their broad principles and who wholly buys into their vision.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
Why Karua, Gachagua are not perfect matches for their bosses
After failing the Capital, is Mike Sonko now fit to run Mombasa?
To many, Sonko appeared a little rough around the edges. He did not have the comportment expected of the head of a metropolis.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
After failing the Capital, is Mike Sonko now fit to run Mombasa?
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Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Former President Mwai Kibaki was many things to many people. Brilliant and strategic to some, cold and calculating to others. Some even found him aloof and elitist.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
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Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Former President Mwai Kibaki was many things to many people. Brilliant and strategic to some, cold and calculating to others. Some even found him aloof and elitist.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Numbers don't lie, but they point to harder times ahead
If citizens are facing insuperable hardship, such can be attributed to the onerous debt burden the country has to bear.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Numbers don't lie, but they point to harder times ahead
Savage beating of lone protester makes police reforms laughable
Last week, a protester against the high cost of living was arrested outside the Treasury building. Some hours later, pictures of his bloodied face circulated on social media.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Savage beating of lone protester makes police reforms laughable
Leadership in times of crisis
For the first time in living memory, Kenyans are now queuing for hours on end at filling stations, hoping to fuel their cars.
By Leonard Khafafa 4 months ago
Leadership in times of crisis
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Why Mama Ngina should not defend the president
The Kenyatta family matriarch’s defence of the President last week was revelatory.
By Leonard Khafafa 4 months ago
Why Mama Ngina should not defend the president
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You can fake it but making it is another story
The tragic story of Kimiti Wanjaria is reflective of a society obsessed with success at all costs.
By Leonard Khafafa 4 months ago
You can fake it but making it is another story
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Grand corruption in Jubilee regime killed our patriotism
Clearly, there is a correlation between a well-run country and patriotism.
By Leonard Khafafa 4 months ago
Grand corruption in Jubilee regime killed our patriotism
Boda bodas no longer a time bomb but a huge explosion
Boda bodas have become the local face of scippatori in Kenya. They are the latest import of a brand of Mediterranean depravity.
By Leonard Khafafa 5 months ago
Boda bodas no longer a time bomb but a huge explosion
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Why claims, acrimony against Ruto may be storm in a teacup
It is disingenuous to blame the DP for the failures of this ministry when there are unresolved problems that predate the Jubilee administration itself
By Leonard Khafafa 5 months ago
Why claims, acrimony against Ruto may be storm in a teacup
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Food prices protest: Building storm or pressure relief valve?
The #lowerfoodprices hashtag has generated a brief social media storm before petering out quietly.
By Leonard Khafafa 5 months ago
Food prices protest: Building storm or pressure relief valve?
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Why fears about digital currency are unfounded
The introduction and evolution of blockchain technology has created interest in a cashless society and digital currencies.
By Leonard Khafafa 5 months ago
Why fears about digital currency are unfounded
Church not to blame; society is morally and ethically bankrupt
No doubt the Kenyan church is a pale shadow of its former fearless, fiery self.
By Leonard Khafafa 6 months ago
Church not to blame; society is morally and ethically bankrupt
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Why two-horse State House race narrative is erroneous
Presently, alliances are being forged and discarded on the altar of political expediency. Nothing is constant.
By Leonard Khafafa 6 months ago
Why two-horse State House race narrative is erroneous
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Mudavadi ‘earthquake’ has created major upset in OKA
However, following Sunday’s “earthquake” declaration, Mudavadi seems to have turned over a new leaf.
By Leonard Khafafa 6 months ago
Mudavadi ‘earthquake’ has created major upset in OKA
Youths can bring change, but only if they register as voters
They should be aware of the awesome power of numbers that they possess if they all got voters’ cards in their hands.
By Leonard Khafafa 6 months ago
Youths can bring change, but only if they register as voters
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Forget KFC, this is the real hot potato that deserves attention
Kenyans who feel slighted by international food chain KFC’s decision to buy potatoes from Egypt is amusing
By Leonard Khafafa 6 months ago
Forget KFC, this is the real hot potato that deserves attention
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Charles Njonjo’s disdain for blacks and our self-centered political elite
No doubt, the recently deceased Charles Mugane Njonjo was influenced by the effects of systemic racism.
By Leonard Khafafa 7 months ago
Charles Njonjo’s disdain for blacks and our self-centered political elite
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Is Wajackoyah manifesto just taking youth for a ride?
There are some who consider Wajackoyah a conviction politician; one consumed by his own fundamental values or ideas.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Is Wajackoyah manifesto just taking youth for a ride?
Premium
Lessons from Kune Foods for budding entrepreneurs and politicians
Kune recently closed shop less than a year into operations.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Lessons from Kune Foods for budding entrepreneurs and politicians
Poll agency's decisions raise more questions than answers
Transparent elections are critical to the wellbeing of the nation.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Poll agency's decisions raise more questions than answers
Premium
Wajackoyah a breath of fresh air in a country craving change
The professor’s solutions may sound outlandish but therein lies their appeal.
By Leonard Khafafa 1 month ago
Wajackoyah a breath of fresh air in a country craving change
Premium
Uhuru, don't believe your own hype, country isn't doing well
From his Madaraka Day speech, President Uhuru Kenyatta comes across as a believer in his own hype.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
Uhuru, don't believe your own hype, country isn't doing well
Premium
Propagandists twisting Rigathi's words to gain political mileage
Goebbelists have accused Rigathi Gachagua of calling for the “killing” of blue-chip companies like mobile operator Safaricom.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
Propagandists twisting Rigathi's words to gain political mileage
Premium
Why Karua, Gachagua are not perfect matches for their bosses
Raila and DP Ruto want to be sure that they each have a running mate who shares their broad principles and who wholly buys into their vision.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
Why Karua, Gachagua are not perfect matches for their bosses
After failing the Capital, is Mike Sonko now fit to run Mombasa?
To many, Sonko appeared a little rough around the edges. He did not have the comportment expected of the head of a metropolis.
By Leonard Khafafa 2 months ago
After failing the Capital, is Mike Sonko now fit to run Mombasa?
Premium
Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Former President Mwai Kibaki was many things to many people. Brilliant and strategic to some, cold and calculating to others. Some even found him aloof and elitist.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Premium
Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Former President Mwai Kibaki was many things to many people. Brilliant and strategic to some, cold and calculating to others. Some even found him aloof and elitist.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Kibaki built roads but wouldn't give students loaves of bread
Numbers don't lie, but they point to harder times ahead
If citizens are facing insuperable hardship, such can be attributed to the onerous debt burden the country has to bear.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Numbers don't lie, but they point to harder times ahead
Savage beating of lone protester makes police reforms laughable
Last week, a protester against the high cost of living was arrested outside the Treasury building. Some hours later, pictures of his bloodied face circulated on social media.
By Leonard Khafafa 3 months ago
Savage beating of lone protester makes police reforms laughable
Leadership in times of crisis
For the first time in living memory, Kenyans are now queuing for hours on end at filling stations, hoping to fuel their cars.
By Leonard Khafafa 4 months ago
Leadership in times of crisis
Premium
Why Mama Ngina should not defend the president
The Kenyatta family matriarch’s defence of the President last week was revelatory.
By Leonard Khafafa 4 months ago
Why Mama Ngina should not defend the president