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More than half a century on, the poor Kenyan is on his own

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Kenya celebrates the golden jubilee in just about a fortnight. And I’m told there are elaborate plans to relive the ecstatic mood of 1963 when the Union Jack was lowered and the Kenyan flag hoisted.

More than half a century on, the poor Kenyan is on his own

By By Henry Munene | 7 years ago

In our quest to sound cool, we have failed our children

In our quest to sound cool, we have failed our children

When the Scribes and the Pharisees brought a woman who had been caught committing adultery to Jesus Christ, He dared any of them who had committed no sin to cast the first stone.

By Henry Munene | 8 years ago

Munene: Why we must look beyond China for our interests

The Sh327billion Standard Gauge Railway ‘deal’ signed between Kenya and China was the greatest highlight of the last one week.

By Henry Munene | 7 years ago

On graft, look at the mirror, then overhaul our character

Long ago when animals could talk, hyena’s bad manners distinguished it as the symbol of laziness, greed and foolishness. Hyena could escort you home, all the time keeping to the bushes and drooling in the vain hope that your hand - judging by the way it swung back and forth - would finally fall off and afford it some sumptuous supper.

By Henry Munene | 7 years ago

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