SECTIONS
Wafula Chebukati lucky to have another go, let him atone
Mr Chebukati carries the heavy tag of being one of only two chairs of electoral commissions in Africa to oversee a presidential election later nullified by the courts.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Wafula Chebukati lucky to have another go, let him atone
Ten-point agenda or the Plan won't help if graft rules
To deal with corruption in all facets, we must go back to a small segment of the failed BBI process; National Ethos. We must redefine our national character by inculcating a culture of honesty.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Ten-point agenda or the Plan won't help if graft rules
No, 100 days won't be enough to sort out our economy
The front runners: Azimio’s Raila Odinga and UDA’s William Ruto are promising miracles in their first 100 days.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
No, 100 days won't be enough to sort out our economy
Johnson Sakaja has annoyed his admirers, can only blame himself
In 10 years, Sakaja has been the voice of reason. He is a great debater and mentioned alongside other promising young leaders such as Mutula Kilonzo Jnr.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Johnson Sakaja has annoyed his admirers, can only blame himself
Kenyans must be alert to politicians making promises
Every election would have two sets of campaign promises. The realistic promises and the euphoric promises. The realistic ones would usually be well thought out and structured.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Kenyans must be alert to politicians making promises
Politicians making hefty promises that they won't deliver
History has already taught us not to believe them. We must not be gullible to their craziness.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Politicians making hefty promises that they won't deliver
Road planners must remember we still move on foot
KeNHA, Kura must not forget the majority of city residents move on foot.
By Mike Nyagwoka 2 months ago
Road planners must remember we still move on foot
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Has Raila Odinga changed his brand of politics or is he lying low?
He has either decided to completely change his brand of politics or he is lying low. The only other reasonable explanation is that he has been bogged down by age.
By Mike Nyagwoka 2 months ago
Has Raila Odinga changed his brand of politics or is he lying low?
Picking governors, MPs, MCAs crucial than even president
One reason why Kenyans wanted counties was for the simple reason that if the presidency would be rotational, it would take approximately 200 years for every community to have a taste.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Picking governors, MPs, MCAs crucial than even president
Unless we kill graft, there will be no role models in future
It is possible to have a country where one does not have to cut corners to succeed in business. It is possible to live in a country where justice is our shield and defender.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Unless we kill graft, there will be no role models in future
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Technocrat Polycarp Igathe's tough task after edging out Tim Wanyonyi
Igathe is definitely a worthy candidate, if his corporate record is anything to go by. However, the approach Jubilee has used to front him is that of disdain.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Technocrat Polycarp Igathe's tough task after edging out Tim Wanyonyi
Even with hitches, UDA did well at party primaries
Kenyans have made it clear they want the Linet Totos, the Eric Mutais and the Jane Njeris of this world.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Even with hitches, UDA did well at party primaries
Ezra Chiloba must avoid threats in push for 'sim' registration
He seems to have little regard for history. The same Kenyans he is threatening are the same that told the Government to its face that ‘Huduma Number is not going to work anytime soon’.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
Ezra Chiloba must avoid threats in push for 'sim' registration
Direct party tickets kill democracy and people’s aspirations
No one is saying that candidates should not be given direct nomination, but the criteria should be satisfactory.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
Direct party tickets kill democracy and people’s aspirations
How Kenya can also help reduce crude oil demand
The next point is to encourage more employees to work from home with IEA suggesting up to three days a week.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
How Kenya can also help reduce crude oil demand
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Kuria stooped too low by bringing up oaths and rites
What Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria is trying to do, is clutch at straws as a sign of desperation.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
Kuria stooped too low by bringing up oaths and rites
Kenya doesn’t have to suffer from the Russia-Ukraine tiff
If the Covid-19 pandemic did not teach us that the world is truly a global village then the Russian invasion of Ukraine will.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
Kenya doesn’t have to suffer from the Russia-Ukraine tiff
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Tabitha Karanja is crying, but who will come to her rescue?
The Government is scaring a local investor, a role model and living proof that with the right environment, Kenyans can thrive in the industry.
By Mike Nyagwoka 5 months ago
Tabitha Karanja is crying, but who will come to her rescue?
Wanga's Bill on royalties is a good start for artistes
The Copyright Amendment Bill 2021 by Gladys Wanga is one of the more progressive Bills towards the enhancement of artist welfare in Kenya.
By Mike Nyagwoka 5 months ago
Wanga's Bill on royalties is a good start for artistes
For UHC to work, improve quality in public hospitals
The Government should work towards building confidence that public medical facilities can provide similar or even better services.
By Mike Nyagwoka 5 months ago
For UHC to work, improve quality in public hospitals
Church must be called to order even if by self-regulation
The church must be regulated so that the few rogue con men and women do not come in the way of the genuinely commissioned men and women of God.
By Mike Nyagwoka 6 months ago
Church must be called to order even if by self-regulation
We must convince the youth to take part in coming polls
The truth is young people, who are the main target, of this drive have abandoned their civic duty.
By Mike Nyagwoka 6 months ago
We must convince the youth to take part in coming polls
Cartels in various sectors are Kenya's greatest enemy
Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga was categorical that the cartels are usually made of powerful politicians and business people.
By Mike Nyagwoka 6 months ago
Cartels in various sectors are Kenya's greatest enemy
Raila, Ruto must go beyond promises to how it will be done
It is one thing to tell someone what you can do, but it is another to tell him how you will be able to do it.
By Mike Nyagwoka 6 months ago
Raila, Ruto must go beyond promises to how it will be done
Make room for more Waigurus and Savulas this year
As the countdown to August 9th election begins, let’s use every chance, to also let them know what we know what are looking for.
By Mike Nyagwoka 7 months ago
Make room for more Waigurus and Savulas this year
Wafula Chebukati lucky to have another go, let him atone
Mr Chebukati carries the heavy tag of being one of only two chairs of electoral commissions in Africa to oversee a presidential election later nullified by the courts.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Wafula Chebukati lucky to have another go, let him atone
Ten-point agenda or the Plan won't help if graft rules
To deal with corruption in all facets, we must go back to a small segment of the failed BBI process; National Ethos. We must redefine our national character by inculcating a culture of honesty.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Ten-point agenda or the Plan won't help if graft rules
No, 100 days won't be enough to sort out our economy
The front runners: Azimio’s Raila Odinga and UDA’s William Ruto are promising miracles in their first 100 days.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
No, 100 days won't be enough to sort out our economy
Johnson Sakaja has annoyed his admirers, can only blame himself
In 10 years, Sakaja has been the voice of reason. He is a great debater and mentioned alongside other promising young leaders such as Mutula Kilonzo Jnr.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Johnson Sakaja has annoyed his admirers, can only blame himself
Kenyans must be alert to politicians making promises
Every election would have two sets of campaign promises. The realistic promises and the euphoric promises. The realistic ones would usually be well thought out and structured.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Kenyans must be alert to politicians making promises
Politicians making hefty promises that they won't deliver
History has already taught us not to believe them. We must not be gullible to their craziness.
By Mike Nyagwoka 1 month ago
Politicians making hefty promises that they won't deliver
Road planners must remember we still move on foot
KeNHA, Kura must not forget the majority of city residents move on foot.
By Mike Nyagwoka 2 months ago
Road planners must remember we still move on foot
Premium
Has Raila Odinga changed his brand of politics or is he lying low?
He has either decided to completely change his brand of politics or he is lying low. The only other reasonable explanation is that he has been bogged down by age.
By Mike Nyagwoka 2 months ago
Has Raila Odinga changed his brand of politics or is he lying low?
Picking governors, MPs, MCAs crucial than even president
One reason why Kenyans wanted counties was for the simple reason that if the presidency would be rotational, it would take approximately 200 years for every community to have a taste.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Picking governors, MPs, MCAs crucial than even president
Unless we kill graft, there will be no role models in future
It is possible to have a country where one does not have to cut corners to succeed in business. It is possible to live in a country where justice is our shield and defender.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Unless we kill graft, there will be no role models in future
Premium
Technocrat Polycarp Igathe's tough task after edging out Tim Wanyonyi
Igathe is definitely a worthy candidate, if his corporate record is anything to go by. However, the approach Jubilee has used to front him is that of disdain.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Technocrat Polycarp Igathe's tough task after edging out Tim Wanyonyi
Even with hitches, UDA did well at party primaries
Kenyans have made it clear they want the Linet Totos, the Eric Mutais and the Jane Njeris of this world.
By Mike Nyagwoka 3 months ago
Even with hitches, UDA did well at party primaries
Ezra Chiloba must avoid threats in push for 'sim' registration
He seems to have little regard for history. The same Kenyans he is threatening are the same that told the Government to its face that ‘Huduma Number is not going to work anytime soon’.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
Ezra Chiloba must avoid threats in push for 'sim' registration
Direct party tickets kill democracy and people’s aspirations
No one is saying that candidates should not be given direct nomination, but the criteria should be satisfactory.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
Direct party tickets kill democracy and people’s aspirations
How Kenya can also help reduce crude oil demand
The next point is to encourage more employees to work from home with IEA suggesting up to three days a week.
By Mike Nyagwoka 4 months ago
How Kenya can also help reduce crude oil demand
Lapfund to invest Sh10b in Nakuru mall
Real Estate
By Macharia Kamau
27 mins ago
The green building principles aiming to get real estate to net zero
Real Estate
By World Economic Forum
33 mins ago
All eyes on new Shelter Afrique boss amid exits
Real Estate
By Graham Kajilwa
38 mins ago
John Waluke, Didmus Barasa win MP races
Politics
By Fred Kagonye
1 hr ago
Nyanza leaders upbeat after poll, say it's region's defining moment
Nyanza
By Eric Abuga and Olivia Odhiambo
1 hr ago