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Colonialism, math teachers to blame for Kenyans’ fickle mood

OPINION

Our motivation is the ongoing kerfuffle between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto, only the newest entry in a grotesque ledger.

Why Nakuru is fast becoming a hotbed of artistic renaissance

Why Nakuru is fast becoming a hotbed of artistic renaissance

The town is a beehive of activity as multiple infrastructural projects take off.

Babere Chacha and John Wahome | 5 months ago

Why South Africa chaos offers lessons for Kenya’s 2022 polls

You have noticed that the 2007 post-election violence in Kenya was swiftly and routinely replicated in several other countries. In South Africa...

Babere Chacha and John Wahome | 5 months ago

Does higher education really pay in Kenya?

Our honest conviction is that we are ‘disqualified’ from ascending to top State jobs by a Kenyan social paradigm that long threw out meritocracy.

Babere Chacha and John Wahome | 6 months ago

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