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Kenyans fed up of broken promises and manifestos that fail to manifest
Most leaders are liars. Liars make the most convincing promises and break them with the same efficiency. Not even swearing under oath - even invoking God’s name - slows them down.
By Edward Buri 29 days ago
Kenyans fed up of broken promises and manifestos that fail to manifest
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George Wajackoyah's 'wild' views on cannabis, canines, snakes is a wakeup call
To dismiss Wajackoyahism without a sincere analysis of its perspectives as extreme as they are – is to miss out on a critical opportunity to critique ourselves.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
George Wajackoyah's 'wild' views on cannabis, canines, snakes is a wakeup call
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Despite Wajackoyah's 'wild' views, Roots Party wave is a wake-up call
Wajackoyah’s views cannot be bypassed as randomly wild. His views appear unbelievable but that he has a following way larger than projected is more unbelievable!
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
Despite Wajackoyah's 'wild' views, Roots Party wave is a wake-up call
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When politicians invest in lies to gain power, doom awaits the people
A popular question this political season has been, “In whose hands is Kenya safe?” Lying hands are insecure. They can promise life but deliver death.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
When politicians invest in lies to gain power, doom awaits the people
Spiritual leaders and seven responses to politics
People have high expectations of the church. These expectations are intensified by proclamations by pastors that the drama in scripture will unfold literally in contemporary life.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
Spiritual leaders and seven responses to politics
For the youth to make good leaders, character development is necessary
Young does not necessary mean detachment from the past. This is was the vision of the young people: “Now tell them, ‘My little finger is thicker than my father’s waist.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
For the youth to make good leaders, character development is necessary
Our country needs all advantages that can be brought by prayers
Given the many unexplained matters in the world, spiritual perspectives can be challenged but not dismissed.
By Edward Buri 2 months ago
Our country needs all advantages that can be brought by prayers
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The error of worshipping politicians
Cheer your leaders till your voices go hoarse. Dance vigorously for them until your legs go limp. Wear their T-shirts, socks and khangas. But do not worship them.
By Edward Buri 2 months ago
The error of worshipping politicians
Perils of wash-wash, State capture and graft confirm Wanjiku's fears
This thief narrative cannot be a mere imagination and should not be taken casually. Kenya has and is still suffering under wash-washers.
By Edward Buri 2 months ago
Perils of wash-wash, State capture and graft confirm Wanjiku's fears
Why Archbishop Muheria is a good man
Muheria dignified the man by calling him “a son of the nation.” He legitimised his lowly feelings when recognised him as a mourner “emotional at the loss of our leader.”
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Why Archbishop Muheria is a good man
Kibaki belonged to school where politics needed professionalism
His tenure will feature in the worst pages of ethnic violence and corruption scandals as well as in the best pages of economic progress and constitutional reform.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Kibaki belonged to school where politics needed professionalism
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Be a disruptor, question things, it's healthy
Every good you are today, you were taught and you can remember some names that contributed to your learning.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Be a disruptor, question things, it's healthy
August elections offer best chance to give Kenya resurrection power
As Kenya prepares for new leadership, we must give ourselves a thriving chance by connecting to the power lines running from the Empty Tomb to power us for the rest of our lives.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
August elections offer best chance to give Kenya resurrection power
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Kenyans need healing, not another assault, a saviour not an enslaver
Jesus undid injuries by words. He actually is described as The Word. The Creator spoke creation into being. Demons heard commands and they fled.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Kenyans need healing, not another assault, a saviour not an enslaver
Kenya’s contemporary church lacks confidence and has lost its identity
Politics is throwing forceful curve balls the church is not able to catch, generating no equal and opposing reaction.
By Edward Buri 4 months ago
Kenya’s contemporary church lacks confidence and has lost its identity
More ‘Calisto moments’ needed to point politicians to the right path
Too many priests have sold their prophetic right for a bowl of soup. Many priests choose to suppress the knowledge that by spiritual rank.
By Edward Buri 4 months ago
More ‘Calisto moments’ needed to point politicians to the right path
The Bushel problem
Christianity that does not shine hampers mission of the church
By Edward Buri 5 months ago
The Bushel problem
Real Valentine is how red your love is and not the colour of your dress
Valentine paints towns red. But surely love can never be dress shallow. The true question should not be how red your dress is but how red your love is
By Edward Buri 5 months ago
Real Valentine is how red your love is and not the colour of your dress
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There is nothing memorable about politicians’ fiery and toxic speeches
The vocal outburst of some wanna-be presidents is not presidential. Their rhetoric tells of adults working hard to undo the classic parental advice.
By Edward Buri 6 months ago
There is nothing memorable about politicians’ fiery and toxic speeches
The way of Christ is pure love that must be visible in spirit and deed
Given that the major activity of His life is captured during His adulthood, His early life did not appear as an epicentre of any significant happening
By Edward Buri 6 months ago
The way of Christ is pure love that must be visible in spirit and deed
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Lows we should not return to
Kenya has gone through a lot and for that it must have much to show for it, some of the behaviours that have cost us in the past keep being repeated.
By Edward Buri 6 months ago
Lows we should not return to
True leaders cherish peace, have a consistent record of embodying it
In this year of leadership transition, aspirants are and will speak a lot. They will speak passionately and sometimes desperately.
By Edward Buri 6 months ago
True leaders cherish peace, have a consistent record of embodying it
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Why do we love listening to and telling lies?
Why is deception so acceptable? Lies are spoken and we clap. We are cheated and we cheer. We are a lying and lied to nation.
By Edward Buri 7 months ago
Why do we love listening to and telling lies?
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Kenyans fed up of broken promises and manifestos that fail to manifest
Most leaders are liars. Liars make the most convincing promises and break them with the same efficiency. Not even swearing under oath - even invoking God’s name - slows them down.
By Edward Buri 29 days ago
Kenyans fed up of broken promises and manifestos that fail to manifest
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George Wajackoyah's 'wild' views on cannabis, canines, snakes is a wakeup call
To dismiss Wajackoyahism without a sincere analysis of its perspectives as extreme as they are – is to miss out on a critical opportunity to critique ourselves.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
George Wajackoyah's 'wild' views on cannabis, canines, snakes is a wakeup call
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Despite Wajackoyah's 'wild' views, Roots Party wave is a wake-up call
Wajackoyah’s views cannot be bypassed as randomly wild. His views appear unbelievable but that he has a following way larger than projected is more unbelievable!
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
Despite Wajackoyah's 'wild' views, Roots Party wave is a wake-up call
Premium
When politicians invest in lies to gain power, doom awaits the people
A popular question this political season has been, “In whose hands is Kenya safe?” Lying hands are insecure. They can promise life but deliver death.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
When politicians invest in lies to gain power, doom awaits the people
Spiritual leaders and seven responses to politics
People have high expectations of the church. These expectations are intensified by proclamations by pastors that the drama in scripture will unfold literally in contemporary life.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
Spiritual leaders and seven responses to politics
For the youth to make good leaders, character development is necessary
Young does not necessary mean detachment from the past. This is was the vision of the young people: “Now tell them, ‘My little finger is thicker than my father’s waist.
By Edward Buri 1 month ago
For the youth to make good leaders, character development is necessary
Our country needs all advantages that can be brought by prayers
Given the many unexplained matters in the world, spiritual perspectives can be challenged but not dismissed.
By Edward Buri 2 months ago
Our country needs all advantages that can be brought by prayers
Premium
The error of worshipping politicians
Cheer your leaders till your voices go hoarse. Dance vigorously for them until your legs go limp. Wear their T-shirts, socks and khangas. But do not worship them.
By Edward Buri 2 months ago
The error of worshipping politicians
Perils of wash-wash, State capture and graft confirm Wanjiku's fears
This thief narrative cannot be a mere imagination and should not be taken casually. Kenya has and is still suffering under wash-washers.
By Edward Buri 2 months ago
Perils of wash-wash, State capture and graft confirm Wanjiku's fears
Why Archbishop Muheria is a good man
Muheria dignified the man by calling him “a son of the nation.” He legitimised his lowly feelings when recognised him as a mourner “emotional at the loss of our leader.”
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Why Archbishop Muheria is a good man
Kibaki belonged to school where politics needed professionalism
His tenure will feature in the worst pages of ethnic violence and corruption scandals as well as in the best pages of economic progress and constitutional reform.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Kibaki belonged to school where politics needed professionalism
Premium
Be a disruptor, question things, it's healthy
Every good you are today, you were taught and you can remember some names that contributed to your learning.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Be a disruptor, question things, it's healthy
August elections offer best chance to give Kenya resurrection power
As Kenya prepares for new leadership, we must give ourselves a thriving chance by connecting to the power lines running from the Empty Tomb to power us for the rest of our lives.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
August elections offer best chance to give Kenya resurrection power
Premium
Kenyans need healing, not another assault, a saviour not an enslaver
Jesus undid injuries by words. He actually is described as The Word. The Creator spoke creation into being. Demons heard commands and they fled.
By Edward Buri 3 months ago
Kenyans need healing, not another assault, a saviour not an enslaver
Kenya’s contemporary church lacks confidence and has lost its identity
Politics is throwing forceful curve balls the church is not able to catch, generating no equal and opposing reaction.
By Edward Buri 4 months ago
Kenya’s contemporary church lacks confidence and has lost its identity
More ‘Calisto moments’ needed to point politicians to the right path
Too many priests have sold their prophetic right for a bowl of soup. Many priests choose to suppress the knowledge that by spiritual rank.
By Edward Buri 4 months ago
More ‘Calisto moments’ needed to point politicians to the right path
The Bushel problem
Christianity that does not shine hampers mission of the church
By Edward Buri 5 months ago
The Bushel problem