Does debate no-shows signal changing times for mainstream media?
The blatant refusal by the major Political parties in attending the Presidential debate has jolted the mainstream Media Houses.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 6 years ago
Does debate no-shows signal changing times for mainstream media?
Hands off the Judiciary: How politicians conduct unbecoming imperils our democracy
It is irresponsible to attack a judge for the purpose of having him transferred or to intimidated from hearing certain cases which a particular political party is not comfortable with.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 6 years ago
Hands off the Judiciary: How politicians conduct unbecoming imperils our democracy
Judiciary holds the hopes of Kenyans
It was gratifying to hear Chief Justice David Maraga assure Kenyans that the Judiciary would remain independent and deliver its verdict without fear or favour in the upcoming elections.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 6 years ago
Judiciary holds the hopes of Kenyans
Nothing illegal in having parallel tallying centre
?I have read two articles on why proposed opposition parallel tallying centre is illegal by two lawyers, Kibe Mungai and Alex Gatundu.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 6 years ago
Nothing illegal in having parallel tallying centre
JSC should follow criteria for choosing Kenya’s Chief Justice
The appointment of the Chief Justice and Deputy Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya has reached fever pitch, with Kenyans from all walks of life calling on the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) to give us the Chief Justice we want.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 7 years ago
JSC should follow criteria for choosing Kenya’s Chief Justice
Intimidating lawyers in Kenya is unacceptable
The brutal murder of Lawyer Willy Kimani, his client Josephat Mwenda and Joseph Muiruri whose decomposed bodies were found on July 1, 2016 stashed in sacks, in River Ol Donyo Sabuk in Machakos County, is one example where Kenyan citizens have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 7 years ago
Intimidating lawyers in Kenya is unacceptable
Good faith critical to reforms dialogue
It is unfortunate blood had to be shed and so much pain endured before the Government agreed to talks on electoral reforms and the composition of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
By James Aggrey Mwamu 7 years ago
Good faith critical to reforms dialogue
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