Nobody can dim your star or stop your sun
Each of the bright heavenly bodies has its own place, its own role. And everything is written in these bodies. They align howsoever they wish, with consequences.
By Barack Muluka 7 months ago
Nobody can dim your star or stop your sun
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Inside Raila and Ruto epic battles from Kanu days
Before they met in March 2002, as top officials of Kanu, Ruto and Raila had travelled two along mutually exclusive political paths.
By Barack Muluka 1 year ago
Inside Raila and Ruto epic battles from Kanu days
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Raila petition ruling to herald big shift in the centre of power
Already, the realignments have begun showing and the verdict from SCOK will either consolidate, or shake them.
By Barack Muluka 1 year ago
Raila petition ruling to herald big shift in the centre of power
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Good, bad and the ugly of Raila Odinga, William Ruto and George Wajackoyah party manifestos
Roots party believe legalizing marijuana and selling it on global markets, will bring trillions of dollars. Both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio coalitions have similar proposals on many issues.
By Barack Muluka 1 year ago
Good, bad and the ugly of Raila Odinga, William Ruto and George Wajackoyah party manifestos
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Madaraka Day snob of William Ruto is all what Kenyans could remember
There would be no President Uhuru Kenyatta without William Ruto. We say here in Emanyulia, no matter how badly a friend wrongs you, think even of the littlest good he did for you.
By Barack Muluka 1 year ago
Madaraka Day snob of William Ruto is all what Kenyans could remember
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Sorry Kalonzo Musyoka, Kenyan voters do not owe you anything
On January 10, 2008, Kibaki appointed Kalonzo his Vice President in what was called "a part of the Cabinet." The Wiper leader says accepting this appointment was a great sacrifice.
By Barack Muluka 2 years ago
Sorry Kalonzo Musyoka, Kenyan voters do not owe you anything
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CBC: Competency in education is more than walking in sacks
Simply put, competence is the ability to successfully and efficiently accomplish an assignment in a given area.
By Barack Muluka 2 years ago
CBC: Competency in education is more than walking in sacks
Kenya’s leadership is dead, who will emerge and lead?
Jubilee dragged on for a while. Yet it was also on the line. In the full order of time, the ruling party has succumbed to internal attrition.
By Barack Muluka 2 years ago
Kenya’s leadership is dead, who will emerge and lead?
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We've been to hell and back, but the worst is yet to come
Everyone has retreated into their own space to see how best to deal with the fallout
By Barack Muluka 3 years ago
We've been to hell and back, but the worst is yet to come
Strongmen should wake up to reality of people’s power
Mali is not a stranger to military takeovers. In 1967, President Modibo Keita (1960-1967) was overthrown. He died in jail 10 years later.
By Barack Muluka 3 years ago
Strongmen should wake up to reality of people’s power
Saba Saba: The start of a journey that is yet to be completed
Thirty years later, Saba Saba remains a landmark in the struggle for democracy and good governance in Kenya
By Barack Muluka 3 years ago
Saba Saba: The start of a journey that is yet to be completed
Sick Jubilee crumbling and taking with it young careers
In the spirit of honesty in these columns, I wondered in 2016 about the wisdom of folding several political parties into one Jubilee Party.
By Barack Muluka 4 years ago
Sick Jubilee crumbling and taking with it young careers
BBI presents agenda for real national dialogue to begin
History shows us that Kenya’s presidential system has been the mother of ethnic tensions and election violence.
By Barack Muluka 4 years ago
BBI presents agenda for real national dialogue to begin
The culture of wishing away scandals is what makes or breaks us
The dust settles with ease on everything in Kenya. The only important variable in our national life is passage of time. With this goes our brevity of memory. When time has passed, we simply don’t want to remember anything. This makes us and breaks us.
By Barack Muluka 9 years ago
The culture of wishing away scandals is what makes or breaks us
President should know that the fellows around him are self seeking sycophants
“ Are you travelling to The Hague in solidarity with the President?” So read the twitter message from Kyaka Kyalo.
By Barack Muluka 9 years ago
President should know that the fellows around him are self seeking sycophants
It’s time to address size of public service
When President Uhuru Kenyatta announced at a Jubilee retreat in Mt Kenya that he was taking a 20 per cent wage cut, the response was swift and predictable. His detractors, led by CORD leaders, said it was a cheap gimmick.
By Barack Muluka 10 years ago
It’s time to address size of public service
Has Uhuru forsaken the counsel of wise men to kill our freedom?
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s first eight months in power will go down in history as the age in which freedom was for the third time officially killed in Kenya.
By By Barack Muluka 10 years ago
Has Uhuru forsaken the counsel  of wise men to kill our freedom?
Fifty years later, is history repeating itself in attempts to kill devolution?
If I am confounded, I take solace in knowing that I cannot possibly be alone. Distinguished historians must be just as baffled as I am by the things that astound me in my country.
By Barack Muluka 10 years ago
Fifty years later, is history repeating itself in attempts to kill devolution?
If they're feuding, Ruto and DP should borrow Uhuru's wisdom
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