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UhuRuto should’ve stuck to the possible

KIPKOECH TANUI

A long time ago, university students had lofty and impractical dreams. Because they were few, they were sure they would get jobs, so joblessness was not one of their fears. The world waiting outside the lecture theatres was big and could fit all of them, many got jobs even before graduating, the best of them, that is.

UhuRuto should’ve stuck to the possible

By By KIPKOECH TANUI | 7 years ago

Of illicit drinks, men and lost votes

Of illicit drinks, men and lost votes

Let us begin with a little story told to me last year on the flipside of alcoholism among youths in Central Kenya by a deputy governor. I won’t name him because he saw in this problem a big threat to Jubilee’s so-called tyranny of numbers given the way the cheap liquor has stunted population in his region.

By KIPKOECH TANUI | 7 years ago

Will Kenyans starve in the age of ‘Digital’?

The rains haven’t come and we are in May. Farmers in our traditional food basket regions, especially the Rift Valley, have ploughed their farms. Many others have planted but then the crops have not germinated. If they have, then they are withering in the roasting sun and the once-germinating maize now looks like onions.

By Kipkoech Tanui | 7 years ago

Only a crash diet will plug hole in budget

You know there is a mismatch between your consumption and earnings when you start counting the coins.

By KIPKOECH TANUI | 7 years ago

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