Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Pioneers of the post-colonial State in Kenya failed to establish and encourage the continual promotion of social compact and justice as the doctrinal predicate of our societal founding.
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Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Pioneers of the post-colonial State in Kenya failed to establish and encourage the continual promotion of social compact and justice as the doctrinal predicate of our societal founding.
By 5 months ago
Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Pioneers of the post-colonial State in Kenya failed to establish and encourage the continual promotion of social compact and justice as the doctrinal predicate of our societal founding.
By 5 months ago
Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Pioneers of the post-colonial State in Kenya failed to establish and encourage the continual promotion of social compact and justice as the doctrinal predicate of our societal founding.
By Mulang'o Baraza 5 months ago
Why we need to learn from our past and detribalise national life
Ongoing Israeli, Hamas war a chance to seek lasting peace
The conflict has killed more than 10,000 people and Israel's ground offensive forecast to add to the infrastructural toll typified by the leveling of buildings and installations.
By Mulang'o Baraza 6 months ago
Ongoing Israeli, Hamas war a chance to seek lasting peace
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MP's proposed bill on graft convicts makes nonsense of virtue
The MP argues that a convicted person will have already served the punishment and, therefore, the 10-year ban is unfair.
By Mulang'o Baraza 8 months ago
MP's proposed bill on graft convicts makes nonsense of virtue
It's not right for a few communities to dominate the public service
Just about five of Kenya's close to 50 tribes are "well represented" at the institutions under the report's focus, with some accounting for between 15 per cent and 35 per cent of staff membership.
By Mulang'o Baraza 9 months ago
It's not right for a few communities to dominate the public service
Why ECOWAS should rule out military option in Niger
Under President Bazoum, Niger was an important ally of the West, and partly played host to American and European forces fighting jihadists in the region.
By Mulang'o Baraza 9 months ago
Why ECOWAS should rule out military option in Niger
President wrong to celebrate killer police officers
The disgruntlement and disaffection of Kenyans with the Kenya Kwanza regime is palpable - and increasingly evident - even in its own support bases.
By Mulang'o Baraza 10 months ago
President wrong to celebrate killer police officers
We have let down our renowned writers and trivialised local art
The late Micere Mugo, like many of our past heroes and heroines, however, was a casualty of our congenital disdain - as a people and society - for "disruptive constructiveness."
By Mulang'o Baraza 10 months ago
We have let down our renowned writers and trivialised local art
Local biographers have badly failed our heroes and heroines
Our history as a country and people teems with myriads of heroes and heroines whose stories and memory are lost in the murk of oblivion just as fast as the fad of life itself
By Mulang'o Baraza 1 year ago
Local biographers have badly failed our heroes and heroines
Public should defend Parliament against Cabinet's overreach on privatisation of State corporations
There are fears and rumours, already, that the new Bill is being sponsored by some folks in high places intent on buying out and owning some of the State firms.
By Mulang'o Baraza 1 year ago
Public should defend Parliament against Cabinet's overreach on privatisation of State corporations
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If novelist Ngugi wa Thiong'o is not a national hero, then who is?
Ngugi wa Thiong'o is Kenya and East Africa's most venerable author, with a rich literary oeuvre that spans novels, plays, short stories, essays and children's books.
By Mulang'o Baraza 1 year ago
If novelist Ngugi wa Thiong'o is not a national hero, then who is?
Let's unite to fight terrorists
Yesterday, I was at Moi University, in Eldoret, to keep a promise that was made by France in April this year; the promise to support students who were wounded in Garissa.
By Rémi Maréchaux 8 years ago
Let's unite to fight terrorists
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