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Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
My obsession with birds has been caused by these intrigues around birds in ancient Somali culture.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
My obsession with birds has been caused by these intrigues around birds in ancient Somali culture.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
As I grow older, time appears to be moving too fast
Do you realise that two years have elapsed since the coronavirus struck? What was supposed to be the New Year 2022 is already in the second trimester.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
As I grow older, time appears to be moving too fast
Use IQ tests, not degrees, to determine aspirants’ suitability
The current election laws require leaders in executive positions like governors and president or their deputies to have a minimum of a basic degree
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Use IQ tests, not degrees, to determine aspirants’ suitability
The Muslim factor in 2022 Elections
The Muslims in Kenya are generally underserved. They are one of the poorest segments of Kenyan society.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
The Muslim factor in 2022 Elections
Our land problem is obsession with the ownership
Desmond Tutu once said, “When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Our land problem is obsession with the ownership
Open Somalia border now to boost trade
If people are allowed to cross freely into Somalia then this can also increase collectible revenue for KRA
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Open Somalia border now to boost trade
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Kenyan politics is like a game of chess
Generally, politics is like a game, more so in Kenya. Our politics resembles a good game of chess.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Kenyan politics is like a game of chess
To end poverty, we should change leaders’ mindset
Ideally, there is nothing that stops us from making bold decisions that can reverse the challenges of poverty and inequality.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
To end poverty, we should change leaders’ mindset
Fight against terrorism no reason to ban hijab
Several countries around the world have decided to forbid the use of the hijab, the veil Muslim women wear to cover their bodies.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
Fight against terrorism no reason to ban hijab
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Graft is slowly killing negotiated democracy in Northern Kenya
The concept of negotiated democracy became more pronounced after 2013 when the devolved system of government started taking root.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
Graft is slowly killing negotiated democracy in Northern Kenya
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August elections will be followed by loud cries of betrayed leaders
After the elections, proximity to power will be determined by other parameters other than executive positions or appointments to high positions.
By Mohamed Guleid 6 months ago
August elections will be followed by loud cries of betrayed leaders
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Why Kenya will not drag itself out of poverty any time soon
Why are we still struggling? And why is it that we only hope to be identified with the lower middle-income countries instead of...
By Mohamed Guleid 6 months ago
Why Kenya will not drag itself out of poverty any time soon
Kenyan voters must act rationally while electing their leaders
Once again, elections are around the corner. The decisions we make are likely to determine many things, including the quality of our lives
By Mohamed Guleid 6 months ago
Kenyan voters must act rationally while electing their leaders
Without external interference, new CEO can put Kemsa back on track
There is a hue and cry over poor governance and corruption at the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa). But this has not always been the case.
By Mohamed Guleid 7 months ago
Without external interference, new CEO can put Kemsa back on track
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
My obsession with birds has been caused by these intrigues around birds in ancient Somali culture.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
My obsession with birds has been caused by these intrigues around birds in ancient Somali culture.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
As I grow older, time appears to be moving too fast
Do you realise that two years have elapsed since the coronavirus struck? What was supposed to be the New Year 2022 is already in the second trimester.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
As I grow older, time appears to be moving too fast
Use IQ tests, not degrees, to determine aspirants’ suitability
The current election laws require leaders in executive positions like governors and president or their deputies to have a minimum of a basic degree
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Use IQ tests, not degrees, to determine aspirants’ suitability
The Muslim factor in 2022 Elections
The Muslims in Kenya are generally underserved. They are one of the poorest segments of Kenyan society.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
The Muslim factor in 2022 Elections
Our land problem is obsession with the ownership
Desmond Tutu once said, “When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Our land problem is obsession with the ownership
Open Somalia border now to boost trade
If people are allowed to cross freely into Somalia then this can also increase collectible revenue for KRA
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Open Somalia border now to boost trade
Premium
Kenyan politics is like a game of chess
Generally, politics is like a game, more so in Kenya. Our politics resembles a good game of chess.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Kenyan politics is like a game of chess
To end poverty, we should change leaders’ mindset
Ideally, there is nothing that stops us from making bold decisions that can reverse the challenges of poverty and inequality.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
To end poverty, we should change leaders’ mindset
Fight against terrorism no reason to ban hijab
Several countries around the world have decided to forbid the use of the hijab, the veil Muslim women wear to cover their bodies.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
Fight against terrorism no reason to ban hijab
Premium
Graft is slowly killing negotiated democracy in Northern Kenya
The concept of negotiated democracy became more pronounced after 2013 when the devolved system of government started taking root.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
Graft is slowly killing negotiated democracy in Northern Kenya
Premium
August elections will be followed by loud cries of betrayed leaders
After the elections, proximity to power will be determined by other parameters other than executive positions or appointments to high positions.
By Mohamed Guleid 6 months ago
August elections will be followed by loud cries of betrayed leaders
Premium
Why Kenya will not drag itself out of poverty any time soon
Why are we still struggling? And why is it that we only hope to be identified with the lower middle-income countries instead of...
By Mohamed Guleid 6 months ago
Why Kenya will not drag itself out of poverty any time soon
Kenyan voters must act rationally while electing their leaders
Once again, elections are around the corner. The decisions we make are likely to determine many things, including the quality of our lives
By Mohamed Guleid 6 months ago
Kenyan voters must act rationally while electing their leaders
Without external interference, new CEO can put Kemsa back on track
There is a hue and cry over poor governance and corruption at the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa). But this has not always been the case.
By Mohamed Guleid 7 months ago
Without external interference, new CEO can put Kemsa back on track
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
My obsession with birds has been caused by these intrigues around birds in ancient Somali culture.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
My obsession with birds has been caused by these intrigues around birds in ancient Somali culture.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Fear of falcons and enduring Somali mythology
As I grow older, time appears to be moving too fast
Do you realise that two years have elapsed since the coronavirus struck? What was supposed to be the New Year 2022 is already in the second trimester.
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
As I grow older, time appears to be moving too fast
Use IQ tests, not degrees, to determine aspirants’ suitability
The current election laws require leaders in executive positions like governors and president or their deputies to have a minimum of a basic degree
By Mohamed Guleid 3 months ago
Use IQ tests, not degrees, to determine aspirants’ suitability
The Muslim factor in 2022 Elections
The Muslims in Kenya are generally underserved. They are one of the poorest segments of Kenyan society.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
The Muslim factor in 2022 Elections
Our land problem is obsession with the ownership
Desmond Tutu once said, “When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Our land problem is obsession with the ownership
Open Somalia border now to boost trade
If people are allowed to cross freely into Somalia then this can also increase collectible revenue for KRA
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Open Somalia border now to boost trade
Premium
Kenyan politics is like a game of chess
Generally, politics is like a game, more so in Kenya. Our politics resembles a good game of chess.
By Mohamed Guleid 4 months ago
Kenyan politics is like a game of chess
To end poverty, we should change leaders’ mindset
Ideally, there is nothing that stops us from making bold decisions that can reverse the challenges of poverty and inequality.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
To end poverty, we should change leaders’ mindset
Fight against terrorism no reason to ban hijab
Several countries around the world have decided to forbid the use of the hijab, the veil Muslim women wear to cover their bodies.
By Mohamed Guleid 5 months ago
Fight against terrorism no reason to ban hijab