End confusion over corona inoculation
End of the day, the Covid-19 vaccine rollout in these parts has been marred by the kind of confusion that you have bad dreams about.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
End confusion over corona inoculation
I am grieving just like many other Kenyans
Raise your hand if you’ve learned a new skill during the pandemic.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
I am grieving just like many other Kenyans
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Why I’m placing all my bets on Samia Suluhu Hassan
When I was child, the journey to my village seemed never-ending.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Why I’m placing all my bets on Samia Suluhu Hassan
Poll violence has no place in democracy
We must roll back the normal on gratuitous violence against women during elections
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Poll violence has no place in democracy
Why my love for Raila Odinga has dwindled
The way I see it, this problem is not a people problem; it’s a crisis of leadership.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Why my love for Raila Odinga has dwindled
Shrug off setbacks and aim for the stars
You’ll have to fight your way past negative people through toxic situations and difficult circumstances
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Shrug off setbacks and aim for the stars
Leaders should tone down their verbal war
It’s unfortunate that despite our past, which is very well documented, we continue to sit by and watch as the election bonfire is built
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Leaders should tone down their verbal war
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The cane will not end indiscipline in schools
If caning was the answer to indiscipline, then we wouldn’t have a crop of such ill-behaved leaders
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
The cane will not end indiscipline in schools
No winner in hustler, dynasty war of words
She has an inbuilt GPS system that leads her straight to my last nerve multiple times a day, but I can handle it
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
No winner in hustler, dynasty war of words
A woman president could serve us better
We are at a point in our history where a woman in the office could just be the change that we need to see.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
A woman president could  serve us better
Mudavadi could be a safe pair of hands
It is often said that Musalia Mudavadi has the safest, and least threatening pair of hands in Kenya’s modern history
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Mudavadi could be  a safe pair of hands
Thank God we are still alive, enjoy Christmas
I’m only just beginning to get my energy back. And I’m not just recovering from a cold, I’m recovering from 2020.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Thank God we are still alive, enjoy Christmas
Why Kenyans badly need an advocate
The people are angry, but they are sick, and they are tired.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Why Kenyans badly need an advocate
State's tight hold on information unsettling
Communication is like a lubricant; it clears the way for hard decisions to be made, and decisive action to be taken
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
State's tight hold on information unsettling
Covid-19 is taking toll on our mental health
Whatever it is, don’t relegate your peace of mind; keep it in a premier position, or risk falling out of the league altogether
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Covid-19 is taking toll on our mental health
Kamala rise highlights power of single moms
Single parents start off from a disadvantage because there is an unspoken expectation on raising children
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Kamala rise highlights power of single moms
It is morality, not good legislation, that we lack
Over the years, our legal framework has been pruned and polished with the view to becoming better suited for purpose
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
It is morality, not good legislation, that we lack
Elites have hijacked constitution making
The clamour for Africans to ‘share in the prosperity’ of their lands and resources eventually led to a debate around the drafting of a constitution
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Elites have hijacked constitution making
Good and bad mums: Who are you to judge?
Fathers have the option to wash their hands off the sons and daughters of women, but mothers don’t
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Good and bad mums: Who are you to judge?
MPs must do what is right or suffer the pain
There’s no more time for whys and wherefores; a solution has to be found, and that solution has to be found now
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
MPs must do what is right or suffer the pain
Raila should consider growing dreadlocks
If you’re a reggae lover like myself, go on and bop your head, even if you’re missing that natty loc ingredient.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Raila should consider growing dreadlocks
The sexist insults that men hurl at each other
In fact, in the Body Part Olympics, considering both male and female organs, vaginas take the gold.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
The sexist insults that men hurl at each other
State is under heel of government in Kenya
There is an implicit demand from the government that we concede our autonomy, and give up our power
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
State is under heel of government in Kenya
Why dignity is in very short supply in Kenya
The actor was a few breaths away from death when he delivered some of the most transformative performances of his career
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Why dignity is in very short supply in Kenya
This is an excellent time to be a woman
Which is not to say that Khamala wefwe should be judged on skin colour and gender alone – obviously, she is much more than that.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
This is an excellent time to be a woman
My war with baboons is getting out of hand
It sounds a lot like the global power structure that is replicated in many countries around the world, this one included.
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
My war with baboons is getting out of hand
There is no excuse for men to beat women
If a man has to raise his hands, instead of elevating his mind, there is a problem
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
There is no excuse for men to beat women
Ms Imbuga, alcohol is no problem, get it right
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
Ms Imbuga, alcohol is no problem, get it right
In life struggles lie chance to look inward and reflect
The pandemic has affected minds, lives, and livelihoods with systemic and deadly precision
By Julie Masiga 3 years ago
In life struggles lie chance to look inward and reflect
Anita, being an ally is not the same as taking advantage of someone
Blackness in many ways, has become a prop, a commodity to be leveraged for personal or corporate gain.
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Anita, being an ally is not the same as taking advantage of someone
Pandemic has stressed value of cash and love
Feeding people figures in a vacuum can only have one result: Mental indigestion
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Pandemic has stressed value of cash and love
Simple solution to teen pregnancy nightmare
We’re living in a hyper-sexualised age, where only things with sensual connotation or sex-related sell
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Simple solution to teen pregnancy nightmare
Why should we pay rich Raila, Kalonzo millions?
The offices of Messrs Odinga and Kalonzo have also been allocated Sh72 million each
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Why should we pay rich Raila, Kalonzo millions?
It is not yet uhuru for some people in Africa
The architects of our endemic inequality grew horns as we watched
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
It is not yet uhuru for some people in Africa
Let us create a country all of us can be proud of
Your children can test you well beyond your limits, the operative word being ‘your child’
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Let us create a country all of us can be proud of
Is this the best time to gain political mileage?
Some people could be manipulating a public health emergency for political gain
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Is this the best time to gain political mileage?
There is a silver lining in dark coronavirus cloud
Cessation of activities that the new coronavirus has visited upon us is so surreal
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
There is a silver lining in dark coronavirus cloud
Slaying graft is difficult but not impossible task
If that’s the case, then that supreme text only looks good on paper. And that is what you call a crisis of implementation.
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Slaying graft is difficult but not impossible task
Corona has robbed me of something precious
Just the thought that I can’t break curfew, or leave the city limits is giving me serious anxiety.
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Corona has robbed me of something precious
Domestic violence on the rise amid pandemic
Not a day goes by without unreported accounts of women being battered or evicted in the dead of night
By Julie Masiga 4 years ago
Domestic violence on the rise amid pandemic
Youth clash over anti-government protests in Homa Bay
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Ruto government groping in the dark as Gen Z step up protests
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'Rage and courage' call sweeps across Kenya
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Doubts arise after Kware murder suspect's arrest
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Cemetery of task force reports: Why we don't need more
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