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Azimio's mixed messaging puts a damper on its rich manifesto
The coalition’s blueprint fails to offer some needed comforts and feels a little 1980/1990s.
By Denis Kabaara 3 months ago
Azimio's mixed messaging puts a damper on its rich manifesto
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The question should not be what Kibaki did, but what he left
Kibaki will be remembered for introducing the "bigger picture" economics to Kenya. That's his legacy.
By Denis Kabaara 5 months ago
The question should not be what Kibaki did, but what he left
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2022: BBI and the Budget
We may be dismayed by our unhygienic politics, but we cannot get enough of its drama. It supersedes everything. No fuel? Noise for a couple of days! SIM re-registration? It will pass by Easter!
By Denis Kabaara 5 months ago
2022: BBI and the Budget
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From tyranny of numbers to more ideas: The third way thinking
The tyranny of ideas offers an opportunity to test our fast-morphing political coalitions.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
From tyranny of numbers to more ideas: The third way thinking
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Special report: Why Kenyans need clean data to be sure real people vote in August
A depressed vote is as much about turnout as it is about initial registration.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
Special report: Why Kenyans need clean data to be sure real people vote in August
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The tyranny of numbers that really matter in this year's polls
If numbers don’t lie, then Central and Coast remain important game-changers in August polls.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
The tyranny of numbers that really matter in this year's polls
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'Uhuru Doctrine': 2022 not just about State House
This raises the need for Kenyans to be deliberate in how they choose their leaders for all levels of governance.
By Denis Kabaara 8 months ago
'Uhuru Doctrine': 2022 not just about State House
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Azimio's mixed messaging puts a damper on its rich manifesto
The coalition’s blueprint fails to offer some needed comforts and feels a little 1980/1990s.
By Denis Kabaara 3 months ago
Azimio's mixed messaging puts a damper on its rich manifesto
Premium
The question should not be what Kibaki did, but what he left
Kibaki will be remembered for introducing the "bigger picture" economics to Kenya. That's his legacy.
By Denis Kabaara 5 months ago
The question should not be what Kibaki did, but what he left
Premium
2022: BBI and the Budget
We may be dismayed by our unhygienic politics, but we cannot get enough of its drama. It supersedes everything. No fuel? Noise for a couple of days! SIM re-registration? It will pass by Easter!
By Denis Kabaara 5 months ago
2022: BBI and the Budget
Premium
From tyranny of numbers to more ideas: The third way thinking
The tyranny of ideas offers an opportunity to test our fast-morphing political coalitions.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
From tyranny of numbers to more ideas: The third way thinking
Premium
Special report: Why Kenyans need clean data to be sure real people vote in August
A depressed vote is as much about turnout as it is about initial registration.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
Special report: Why Kenyans need clean data to be sure real people vote in August
Premium
The tyranny of numbers that really matter in this year's polls
If numbers don’t lie, then Central and Coast remain important game-changers in August polls.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
The tyranny of numbers that really matter in this year's polls
Premium
'Uhuru Doctrine': 2022 not just about State House
This raises the need for Kenyans to be deliberate in how they choose their leaders for all levels of governance.
By Denis Kabaara 8 months ago
'Uhuru Doctrine': 2022 not just about State House
Premium
Azimio's mixed messaging puts a damper on its rich manifesto
The coalition’s blueprint fails to offer some needed comforts and feels a little 1980/1990s.
By Denis Kabaara 3 months ago
Azimio's mixed messaging puts a damper on its rich manifesto
Premium
The question should not be what Kibaki did, but what he left
Kibaki will be remembered for introducing the "bigger picture" economics to Kenya. That's his legacy.
By Denis Kabaara 5 months ago
The question should not be what Kibaki did, but what he left
Premium
2022: BBI and the Budget
We may be dismayed by our unhygienic politics, but we cannot get enough of its drama. It supersedes everything. No fuel? Noise for a couple of days! SIM re-registration? It will pass by Easter!
By Denis Kabaara 5 months ago
2022: BBI and the Budget
Premium
From tyranny of numbers to more ideas: The third way thinking
The tyranny of ideas offers an opportunity to test our fast-morphing political coalitions.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
From tyranny of numbers to more ideas: The third way thinking
Premium
Special report: Why Kenyans need clean data to be sure real people vote in August
A depressed vote is as much about turnout as it is about initial registration.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
Special report: Why Kenyans need clean data to be sure real people vote in August
Premium
The tyranny of numbers that really matter in this year's polls
If numbers don’t lie, then Central and Coast remain important game-changers in August polls.
By Denis Kabaara 7 months ago
The tyranny of numbers that really matter in this year's polls
Premium
'Uhuru Doctrine': 2022 not just about State House
This raises the need for Kenyans to be deliberate in how they choose their leaders for all levels of governance.
By Denis Kabaara 8 months ago
'Uhuru Doctrine': 2022 not just about State House