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After hacking uproar, focus turns to how polls integrity can be protected
The hacking saga raises serious questions about the reliability of the technology used by the electoral body. Identifying harms before they happen helps make systems resilient to any manipulation.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 1 year ago
After hacking uproar, focus turns to how polls integrity can be protected
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Wittingly or not, Raila ceded the national arena to Ruto after August 15
The renewed politicking to wipe the slate clean has injected life into the anti-President Ruto bid by the opposition leaders - but it is unlikely to overturn his election win.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 1 year ago
Wittingly or not, Raila ceded the national arena to Ruto after August 15
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Ruto's 'drip drip' of State secrets keeps his challengers off-balance
Whether Ruto's rhetoric is a calculated long-term stratagem or slipshod tactic, is open to question. But the evening's polemic appeared to burnish Ruto's image and sully Raila's.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 1 year ago
Ruto's 'drip drip' of State secrets keeps his challengers off-balance
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Raila's anti-Ruto crusade could either sink his career or revive it
Raila Odinga can't fund a sustained onslaught on a sitting government that is hell-bent on ending his political career this year, or in its first term.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 1 year ago
Raila's anti-Ruto crusade could either sink his career or revive it
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Bid to 'secure' minerals sent Kenyan-led troops to DRC
The ambitious mission, known as the East African Community Regional Force, will have between 6,500 and 12,000 troops from Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and S. Sudan
By Malkhadir Muhumed 1 year ago
Bid to 'secure' minerals sent Kenyan-led troops to DRC
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Why is William Ruto featuring on the geopolitical chessboard?
Given the outpouring of endorsements coupled with the great domestic support for William Ruto, it's clear that the man has been preparing for such an occasion for a long time.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 1 year ago
Why is William Ruto featuring on the geopolitical chessboard?
Hope for peace as Ethiopia’s rebels withdraw
The leader of Ethiopia’s Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) has ordered his forces to withdraw from all non-Tigrayan areas.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 2 years ago
Hope for peace as Ethiopia’s rebels withdraw
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Abiy Ahmed: How soldierly grit, timely moves and sharp tongue have saved Ethiopia’s PM
A combination of grit, propaganda and political chase has seen Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed survive the Tigray war storm.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 2 years ago
Abiy Ahmed: How soldierly grit, timely moves and sharp tongue have saved Ethiopia’s PM
Kenya’s diplomatic tiff with Somalia rages on
Recent diplomatic letters point to simmering tensions between the two neighbours ahead of court ruling.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 4 years ago
Kenya’s diplomatic tiff with Somalia rages on
What Bashir’s exit means for region’s ageing strongmen
Dictator’s fate was sealed last year when his government tripled bread prices in a country already suffering from dire economic crisis.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 5 years ago
What Bashir’s exit means for region’s ageing strongmen
Anxiety as Kenya mum on oil blocks row despite talks
Somalia says the diplomatic spat with Kenya was amicably resolved and nation’s ambassadors will return to duty stations
By Malkhadir Muhumed 5 years ago
Anxiety as Kenya mum on oil blocks row despite talks
Calls for release of jailed journalists go global
Nairobi-based journalists could not be any happier. Their February campaign for the release of fellow Al Jazeera journalists languishing in Egyptian cells has caught fire, globally.
By MALKHADIR MUHUMED 10 years ago
Calls for release of jailed journalists go global
Somalia Cabinet rejects appeal for talks on border dispute with Kenya
Somalia has turned down request from Kenya to re-open talks to demarcate maritime boundaries.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 10 years ago
Somalia Cabinet rejects appeal for talks on border dispute with Kenya
Motion against Kenya Defence Forces in Somalia faces hurdles
The chance of a censure Motion against Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) passing in Somalia’s parliament is getting slimmer each day.
By Malkhadir Muhumed 10 years ago
Motion against Kenya Defence Forces in Somalia faces hurdles
You are 'traitors' of Mt Kenya, Gachagua tells political detractors
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MPs probe claims of Sh3.2 billion KICC renovation
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600,000 students shun universities, colleges
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