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Many people have cut deal with the devil directly or indirectly
If you will fight or maim or kill in the name of a politician or a political party or leader, you are more steeped in cultism than the fellows getting exhumed in Shakahola.
By Muchiri Karanja 9 months ago
Many people have cut deal with the devil directly or indirectly
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Why only old bones can save Agikuyu from Mukami's curse
Unless someone looks for some old bones to convince Mukami's spirit that her husband's body has finally been found, the country will be haunted by two restless spirits.
By Muchiri Karanja 9 months ago
Why only old bones can save Agikuyu from Mukami's curse
Forget the spin and live with it, cost of living won't come down
The cost of living has been rising and will continue rising every day, as it should in any normal economics curve
By Muchiri Karanja 10 months ago
Forget the spin and live with it, cost of living won't come down
Time for media and government to stop playing 'cat-and-mouse' game
To a large extent, American TV cartoon series, Tom and Jerry, best describes the relationship between the media and government in Kenya.
By Muchiri Karanja 10 months ago
Time for media and government to stop playing 'cat-and-mouse' game
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Cut Ruto some slack, he became Kenya's CEO during hard times
Kenya might have to cut its new CEO some slack: He is a good CEO trying his best to run the ship in the middle of hard times.
By Muchiri Karanja 11 months ago
Cut Ruto some slack, he became Kenya's CEO during hard times
Lockdown: Let's be fair to the president
Clearly, there is a communication disconnect between the house on the hill and the people on the streets.
By Muchiri Karanja 2 years ago
Lockdown: Let's be fair to the president
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New curriculum Greek to parents
To date, whenever we have a discussion on matters education, dad shakes his head and says: Son, KAPE was a real examination
By Muchiri Karanja 2 years ago
New curriculum Greek to parents
Thieving politicians worse than porn addicts, Mr Duale
The setting: Some roadside town in Nyeri that has more bars than shops and churches combined, and noticeably no bookshop. But I digress.
By Muchiri Karanja 2 years ago
Thieving politicians worse than porn addicts, Mr Duale
Kenyans never learn from the past; that’s our biggest problem
But if this political narrative or even another stokes conflict, it would be unexpected. It would be nothing new!
By Muchiri Karanja 3 years ago
Kenyans never learn from the past; that’s our biggest problem
Wooing Mount Kenya voters is an uphill task
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has been wooing the mountain by packaging himself as a safe pair of hands for its agricultural economy.
By Muchiri Karanja 3 years ago
Wooing Mount Kenya voters is an uphill task
Virus test is not as bad as long wait for results
My mind raced as I wondered whether I would end up becoming just another statistic.
By Muchiri Karanja­­­ 3 years ago
Virus test is not as bad as long wait for results
Journey to the city that was off the beaten track
The barrier was pulled to the side and we continued with our short detour
By Muchiri Karanja 3 years ago
Journey to the city that was off the beaten track
Opinion: We have brand of witchcraft that is very real, powerful
Back in 2007, my editor, a quiet but affable fellow, sent me on a strange assignment: To track down and interview a witch doctor. Yes, you read it right: A witch doctor. Apparently, the witch doctor was famous both among the lowly and the mighty. Rumour had it that politicians would queue outside his hut every time elections drew near.
By Muchiri Karanja 6 years ago
Opinion: We have brand of witchcraft that is very real, powerful
Resist the spreading wave of despair
Besides, this habit of confusing any character carrying a leather-bound Bible for a counsellor is only helping many sink further into despair.
By Muchiri Karanja 6 years ago
Resist the spreading wave of despair
Why Uhuru shelved AU job bid in favour of Raila
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Why Raila's AU bid might embarrass Kenya
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Pain of 3,580 medical graduates grappling with uncertain future
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Sh4b set aside for CBC classrooms missing
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Huge volumes of unsold tea at Mombasa auction raises red flag
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By Bernard Sanga
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