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Are we staring at the beginning of a rogue military?

OPINION

As I listened to the Internal Security minister Katoo ole Metito aver that the current state of insecurity in the country had political DNA, I exchanged a knowing smile with my colleague sitting across the table.

Are we staring at the beginning of a rogue military?

By - John Gerezani | 8 years ago

  Is Prisons Department taken over by a velvet revolution?

Is Prisons Department taken over by a velvet revolution?

I have very serious business to cover today but let me begin by offering my heartfelt condolences to the families and relatives of the law enforcement agents mercilessly mowed down and left to rot for days in the stifling Suguta valley wilderness even as the annoying Mathew lteere made a perfunctory buck-passing trip in a chopper aptly escorted by two military choppers.

- John Gerezani | 8 years ago

ICC suspects must be wary of stealthy Bensouda

Fatou Bensouda is a woman on a mission. If her body language, clarity of thought and sharp mind are yardsticks of the courtroom slugfest that we should expect come April 2013, then the four suspects need to rethink their strategies.

- John Gerezani | 8 years ago

Let’s stick to the rule of law lest we cease being a nation

The moves are not so subtle; in fact they lack the stealth, strategic timing and element of surprise that the players ought to possess if they are to succeed in their daredevil mission.

- John Gerezani | 8 years ago

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