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Coding plan: Learn from the failed laptops project
In total abuse of principles of good governance, the Ministry of Education and ICT Authority have launched a coding syllabus which amounts to piling misery on top of DLP and the fledgling CBC.
By Wilson Sossion 1 month ago
Coding plan: Learn from the failed laptops project
State's determination to stifle labour unions obvious
Control of union leaderships by State agencies has reduced the autonomy, strength and purpose of trade movements.
By Wilson Sossion 2 months ago
State's determination to stifle labour unions obvious
CBC is in disarray because State has ignored advice
Wilson Sossion argues the implementation of CBC faces headwinds due to failure by the Education ministry to heed advice of experts, university lecturers, and education economists.
By Wilson Sossion 2 months ago
CBC is in disarray because State has ignored advice
Next government must emulate Germany, US economic recovery models
The next government without a doubt will take the reins in the middle of the worst economic crisis ever. Our economy is losing thousands of jobs as the cost of living escalates.
By Wilson Sossion 2 months ago
Next government must emulate Germany, US economic recovery models
Voter apathy observed in primaries could replay in main elections
IEBC has missed its target of 4.5 million new registered voters; it managed to register only 1,031,645 million at the end of its second voter registration exercise in February.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
Voter apathy observed in primaries could replay in main elections
Next government should overhaul economic policies
Overambitious policies would be a waste of time and resources as witnessed with Uhuru’s Big Four Agenda which has turned out to be too costly to taxpayers.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
Next government should overhaul economic policies
Government has failed to fulfil its promises to teachers
The government, which was initially to fund Teacher Professional Development, has since spurned the teacher retraining exercise.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
Government has failed to fulfil its promises to teachers
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These are the kind of leaders Kenyans want to have
Kenyans are yearning for elections that will usher in leaders who have knowledge, skills and competencies that will restore the economic glory of this great nation.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
These are the kind of leaders Kenyans want to have
Next government should treat public servants better
The next government will have zero option but to heed the call and revive trade unions.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
Next government should treat public servants better
To uphold democracy IEBC must obey new regulations
Kenyans would not wish to witness incidents such as the post-election violence of 2007/08.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
To uphold democracy IEBC must obey new regulations
A secured voter register key to transparent, verifiable elections
The accuracy of the voter register is a key element in ensuring eligible voters enjoy the right to elect their leaders.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
A secured voter register key to transparent, verifiable elections
Nyumba Kumi poll teams genesis of election malpractice
NPS in liaison with IEBC plan to deploy two security officers to each of the 53,000 polling stations.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
Nyumba Kumi poll teams genesis of election malpractice
Dysfunctional Cabinet impedes State on its action plans
Failure by the Cabinet to meet leads to disintegration of the government where State organs and agencies no longer function properly.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
Dysfunctional Cabinet impedes State on its action plans
Appraise State agencies and make report public before August polls
It will assist in holding the incoming government accountable, liable and responsible.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Appraise State agencies and make report public before August polls
Amendment of recognition agreements bodes ill for trade unions
The employer has no business dictating terms and conditions of union leaders or determining the number of branches a union should have.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Amendment of recognition agreements bodes ill for trade unions
Take decisive steps to end high poverty rates in urban areas
Today, the youth unemployment rate stands at 65 per cent, which is among the highest in the world.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Take decisive steps to end high poverty rates in urban areas
Government should bear full cost of training teachers
The cost for manpower development, the world over is defrayed by the employer.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Government should bear full cost of training teachers
Law should enhance democracy and electoral processes
Party primaries are the essence of democracy. They allow party members to select their leaders.
By Wilson Sossion 6 months ago
Law should enhance democracy and electoral processes
State has burdened parents and deserted teachers in hard times
Parents are burdened by being forced help do their children’s school assignments under the CBC’s Community Service Learning.
By Wilson Sossion 6 months ago
State has burdened parents and deserted teachers in hard times
State’s job pledge will remain a mirage if it can’t protect existing ones
Hundreds of thousands of tea pickers are now jobless, with some surviving on menial jobs and others engaging in illegal businesses.
By Wilson Sossion 6 months ago
State’s job pledge will remain a mirage if it can’t protect existing ones
Teachers are doing much more under CBC; they deserve better pay
SRC has no option but to conduct a fresh job evaluation exercise to determine the value and worth of the newly created jobs.
By Wilson Sossion 6 months ago
Teachers are doing much more under CBC; they deserve better pay
Insisting on C+ is punishing candidates from needy backgrounds
Historical injustices and regional differences make it hard to gauge students the same way, hence the need for equity.
By Wilson Sossion 7 months ago
Insisting on C+ is punishing candidates from needy backgrounds
Desirable reforms in education can be achieved by Sessional Paper
2022 should be treated with utmost wariness and heed considering that the change of guard could easily come with various challenges in education.
By Wilson Sossion 7 months ago
Desirable reforms in education can be achieved by Sessional Paper
Coding plan: Learn from the failed laptops project
In total abuse of principles of good governance, the Ministry of Education and ICT Authority have launched a coding syllabus which amounts to piling misery on top of DLP and the fledgling CBC.
By Wilson Sossion 1 month ago
Coding plan: Learn from the failed laptops project
State's determination to stifle labour unions obvious
Control of union leaderships by State agencies has reduced the autonomy, strength and purpose of trade movements.
By Wilson Sossion 2 months ago
State's determination to stifle labour unions obvious
CBC is in disarray because State has ignored advice
Wilson Sossion argues the implementation of CBC faces headwinds due to failure by the Education ministry to heed advice of experts, university lecturers, and education economists.
By Wilson Sossion 2 months ago
CBC is in disarray because State has ignored advice
Next government must emulate Germany, US economic recovery models
The next government without a doubt will take the reins in the middle of the worst economic crisis ever. Our economy is losing thousands of jobs as the cost of living escalates.
By Wilson Sossion 2 months ago
Next government must emulate Germany, US economic recovery models
Voter apathy observed in primaries could replay in main elections
IEBC has missed its target of 4.5 million new registered voters; it managed to register only 1,031,645 million at the end of its second voter registration exercise in February.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
Voter apathy observed in primaries could replay in main elections
Next government should overhaul economic policies
Overambitious policies would be a waste of time and resources as witnessed with Uhuru’s Big Four Agenda which has turned out to be too costly to taxpayers.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
Next government should overhaul economic policies
Government has failed to fulfil its promises to teachers
The government, which was initially to fund Teacher Professional Development, has since spurned the teacher retraining exercise.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
Government has failed to fulfil its promises to teachers
Premium
These are the kind of leaders Kenyans want to have
Kenyans are yearning for elections that will usher in leaders who have knowledge, skills and competencies that will restore the economic glory of this great nation.
By Wilson Sossion 3 months ago
These are the kind of leaders Kenyans want to have
Next government should treat public servants better
The next government will have zero option but to heed the call and revive trade unions.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
Next government should treat public servants better
To uphold democracy IEBC must obey new regulations
Kenyans would not wish to witness incidents such as the post-election violence of 2007/08.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
To uphold democracy IEBC must obey new regulations
A secured voter register key to transparent, verifiable elections
The accuracy of the voter register is a key element in ensuring eligible voters enjoy the right to elect their leaders.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
A secured voter register key to transparent, verifiable elections
Nyumba Kumi poll teams genesis of election malpractice
NPS in liaison with IEBC plan to deploy two security officers to each of the 53,000 polling stations.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
Nyumba Kumi poll teams genesis of election malpractice
Dysfunctional Cabinet impedes State on its action plans
Failure by the Cabinet to meet leads to disintegration of the government where State organs and agencies no longer function properly.
By Wilson Sossion 4 months ago
Dysfunctional Cabinet impedes State on its action plans
Appraise State agencies and make report public before August polls
It will assist in holding the incoming government accountable, liable and responsible.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Appraise State agencies and make report public before August polls
Amendment of recognition agreements bodes ill for trade unions
The employer has no business dictating terms and conditions of union leaders or determining the number of branches a union should have.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Amendment of recognition agreements bodes ill for trade unions
Take decisive steps to end high poverty rates in urban areas
Today, the youth unemployment rate stands at 65 per cent, which is among the highest in the world.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Take decisive steps to end high poverty rates in urban areas
Government should bear full cost of training teachers
The cost for manpower development, the world over is defrayed by the employer.
By Wilson Sossion 5 months ago
Government should bear full cost of training teachers