Sad story of broken promises as graft and greed threaten to tear South Sudan apart
Although the conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (RSS) is one of the most pressing anywhere in the world, the narrative is not entirely unique.
By Peninah Muriithi 7 years ago
Sad story of broken promises as graft and greed threaten to tear South Sudan apart
Aid cash barons sad over refugee camps’ closure
A meeting held last week in Nairobi between Kenya and Somalia foreign ministers as well as representatives of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) seems to have given a new lifeline to the Dadaab refugee camp.
By Peninah Muriithi 7 years ago
Aid cash barons sad over refugee camps’ closure
Time for Raila Odinga to hand over the mantle
And whereas the Constitution allows picketing and presentation of petitions, one wonders why we fought so hard for so many years only to return to the streets over a matter that can be negotiated through various institutions.
By Peninah Muriithi 7 years ago
Time for Raila Odinga to hand over the mantle
How Raila Odinga can change the Luo narrative
The heading of this article may sound unfair to some. I, therefore, take this early opportunity to apologise to those who, quite understandably, will feel slighted by it.
By Peninah Muriithi 8 years ago
How Raila Odinga can change the Luo narrative
Farmers split over return of Coffee Board of Kenya
Business
By Boniface Gikandi
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MPs to begin probe of British soldiers conduct
National
By Boniface Gikandi
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