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Kenya turning a new page in war on graft


I felt greatly mortified reading an opinion piece that recently appeared in the New York Times. “Kenya’s Gold Medal for Corruption”, read the article’s headline.

Kenya turning a new page in war on graft

By Jessica Anjalo | 5 years ago

Dark day that shone bright light on police

Dark day that shone bright light on police

These officers that we like to malign kept my father’s belongings safe. His documents, wallet, cash, mobile phone and even the food he was bringing home to us from our grandmother.

Jessica Anjalo | 5 years ago

Aukot's Bill leaves gaps on representation

The Punguza Mizigo Bill, 2019, is silent on the most fundamental feature that defines the 2010 Constitution: The Bill of Rights (Chapter 4).

Jessica Anjalo | 2 years ago

OPINION: Raila's plan for education once he is president may be unrealistic

<p >By Jessica Anjalo</p><p >While both Jubilee and NASA contest over ideologies on how to offer free primary and secondary education ahead of the August 8 General Elections, there is a growing despair on the fate of basic education in Kenya

By Jessica Anjalo | 4 years ago