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Uhuru and Ruto should own up that they helped create mess we are in
During this year’s International Labour Day celebrations, President Uhuru Kenyatta accused his estranged deputy of neglecting his duties and abandoning him, and the country by extension.
By John Ouma 3 months ago
Uhuru and Ruto should own up that they helped create mess we are in
Laughing at Diamond Platinumz’s English is colonial folly
Diamond Platnumz, is once again the subject of online debate in Kenya.
By John Ouma 4 months ago
Laughing at Diamond Platinumz’s English is colonial folly
Academic qualification doesn’t guarantee productive political leadership
While some argue that a good leader is one with impeccable academic qualifications, others say one doesn’t need a degree to serve the people.
By John Ouma 5 months ago
Academic qualification doesn’t guarantee productive political leadership
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Raila's legacy and character makes him suitable to succeed Uhuru
This election isn’t just about electing someone who will revive the economy. We must look at the character and legacy of the person
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Raila's legacy and character makes him suitable to succeed Uhuru
Coups are ugly, yes, but military is justified to stop rogue leaders
Military coups aren’t the democratically conventional ways through which power should change hands, and they hardly live to the expectation...
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Coups are ugly, yes, but military is justified to stop rogue leaders
Football referee's gaffe, colonialism legacy and danger of a single story
It is true that Zambian football referee Janny Sikazwe made a grave mistake in ending the match between Mali and Tunisia twice before the 90-min mark
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Football referee's gaffe, colonialism legacy and danger of a single story
Why young people are reluctant to register as voters
Dear Kenyan politicians, the youth would like to hear more about your intentions with their future and the future of this country once you get power.
By John Ouma 7 months ago
Why young people are reluctant to register as voters
Politicians run for office to promote their interests, not transform society
The economic meltdown that Kenya is grappling with today is as a result of policies pursued by Jubilee government.
By John Ouma 7 months ago
Politicians run for office to promote their interests, not transform society
Uhuru and Ruto should own up that they helped create mess we are in
During this year’s International Labour Day celebrations, President Uhuru Kenyatta accused his estranged deputy of neglecting his duties and abandoning him, and the country by extension.
By John Ouma 3 months ago
Uhuru and Ruto should own up that they helped create mess we are in
Laughing at Diamond Platinumz’s English is colonial folly
Diamond Platnumz, is once again the subject of online debate in Kenya.
By John Ouma 4 months ago
Laughing at Diamond Platinumz’s English is colonial folly
Academic qualification doesn’t guarantee productive political leadership
While some argue that a good leader is one with impeccable academic qualifications, others say one doesn’t need a degree to serve the people.
By John Ouma 5 months ago
Academic qualification doesn’t guarantee productive political leadership
Premium
Raila's legacy and character makes him suitable to succeed Uhuru
This election isn’t just about electing someone who will revive the economy. We must look at the character and legacy of the person
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Raila's legacy and character makes him suitable to succeed Uhuru
Coups are ugly, yes, but military is justified to stop rogue leaders
Military coups aren’t the democratically conventional ways through which power should change hands, and they hardly live to the expectation...
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Coups are ugly, yes, but military is justified to stop rogue leaders
Football referee's gaffe, colonialism legacy and danger of a single story
It is true that Zambian football referee Janny Sikazwe made a grave mistake in ending the match between Mali and Tunisia twice before the 90-min mark
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Football referee's gaffe, colonialism legacy and danger of a single story
Why young people are reluctant to register as voters
Dear Kenyan politicians, the youth would like to hear more about your intentions with their future and the future of this country once you get power.
By John Ouma 7 months ago
Why young people are reluctant to register as voters
Politicians run for office to promote their interests, not transform society
The economic meltdown that Kenya is grappling with today is as a result of policies pursued by Jubilee government.
By John Ouma 7 months ago
Politicians run for office to promote their interests, not transform society
Uhuru and Ruto should own up that they helped create mess we are in
During this year’s International Labour Day celebrations, President Uhuru Kenyatta accused his estranged deputy of neglecting his duties and abandoning him, and the country by extension.
By John Ouma 3 months ago
Uhuru and Ruto should own up that they helped create mess we are in
Laughing at Diamond Platinumz’s English is colonial folly
Diamond Platnumz, is once again the subject of online debate in Kenya.
By John Ouma 4 months ago
Laughing at Diamond Platinumz’s English is colonial folly
Academic qualification doesn’t guarantee productive political leadership
While some argue that a good leader is one with impeccable academic qualifications, others say one doesn’t need a degree to serve the people.
By John Ouma 5 months ago
Academic qualification doesn’t guarantee productive political leadership
Premium
Raila's legacy and character makes him suitable to succeed Uhuru
This election isn’t just about electing someone who will revive the economy. We must look at the character and legacy of the person
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Raila's legacy and character makes him suitable to succeed Uhuru
Coups are ugly, yes, but military is justified to stop rogue leaders
Military coups aren’t the democratically conventional ways through which power should change hands, and they hardly live to the expectation...
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Coups are ugly, yes, but military is justified to stop rogue leaders
Football referee's gaffe, colonialism legacy and danger of a single story
It is true that Zambian football referee Janny Sikazwe made a grave mistake in ending the match between Mali and Tunisia twice before the 90-min mark
By John Ouma 6 months ago
Football referee's gaffe, colonialism legacy and danger of a single story
Why young people are reluctant to register as voters
Dear Kenyan politicians, the youth would like to hear more about your intentions with their future and the future of this country once you get power.
By John Ouma 7 months ago
Why young people are reluctant to register as voters
Politicians run for office to promote their interests, not transform society
The economic meltdown that Kenya is grappling with today is as a result of policies pursued by Jubilee government.
By John Ouma 7 months ago
Politicians run for office to promote their interests, not transform society
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