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Changing face of Uhuru’s State House

POLITICS

President Uhuru Kenyatta has introduced changes in the management of State affairs that differs radically from those of his predecessors, including his father.

Changing face of Uhuru’s State House

By By Amos Kareithi | 8 years ago

Renting out the Coast to the British now haunts us

Renting out the Coast to the British now haunts us

When a group of five elders was dispatched in search of military assistance from Oman, little did they know they were providing the first blocks for a jigsaw puzzle that would take over three centuries to untangle.

By Amos Kareithi | 8 years ago

Coastal island frozen in time warp cries for civilisation

The coral stones jutting out of rugged coastline have conspired with the abrasive waves, ceaselessly beating against the unyielding beach to keep unwanted visitors out of the island. Each step inching into the island has to be fought for and a miscalculation can send a barefoot walker tumbling into the blue waters.

By Amos Kareithi | 8 years ago

Valley where illicit love affairs thrived in full view of spouses

When rebellious sons and daughters of London’s finest families commune with drug addicts and bootleggers bathing in the African sun, they can only breed lords of impunity, capable of committing classical crimes of passion.

By Amos Kareithi | 8 years ago

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