Miguna and Ndii face off over academic qualifications
The two were engaged in a Twitter battle like no other over Raila Odinga’s engineering degree.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 5 years ago
Miguna and Ndii face off over academic qualifications
How technology may have brought down Ethiopian Airways jet
Story Revealed: How pilot fought against technology in ill-fated plane
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 5 years ago
How technology may have brought down Ethiopian Airways jet
Kimani Ngunjiri, Barrack Muluka clash on live TV
It was 'a storm in a teacup' that was punctuated by a series of political brouhaha between ANC Secretary-General Barrack Muluka and Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri wh
By Obar Mark 5 years ago
Kimani Ngunjiri, Barrack Muluka clash on live TV
Revealed: How digital serial killers target children online
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is sounding an alarm over a surge in paedophiles on social media sites.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 5 years ago
Revealed: How digital serial killers target children online
Doctors remove baby from womb, perform operation, put her back inside
Most of babies born with spina bifida condition are aborted before they get a chance at life outside the womb.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 5 years ago
Doctors remove baby from womb, perform operation, put her back inside
Israeli Scientists make miracle dosage that cures cancer
The scientists are using peptides, a chain of amino acids, to target and kill cancer cells.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 5 years ago
Israeli Scientists make miracle dosage that cures cancer
A more dangerous Internet is on its way to the world
New technology: A more dangerous internet is on its way
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 5 years ago
A more dangerous Internet is on its way to the world
Post Truth Era: Media unwittingly working for fake news organisations
This opinion piece has been inspired by a speech that was released by an American women, Monica Lewinsky
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 6 years ago
Post Truth Era: Media unwittingly working for fake news organisations
Why IEBC does not need to print ballot papers in future polls
After a long legal battle that ended in the Court of Appeal on July 21, 2017, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) was given the green light to engage Dubai-based printing firm Al-Ghurair in producing ballot papers.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 6 years ago
Why IEBC does not need to print ballot papers in future polls
Transmitting results electronically is also fraught with grave risks
Comprehensive Technical Electoral Strategy (CTES) draws a number of application levels, which are an expression of the most vital keystones of legitimacy of an election that is driven by public confidence in the resulting structures of democratic governance.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 7 years ago
Transmitting results electronically is also fraught with grave risks
Half a million Nairobi residents to own county houses by 2017, says Kidero
In a first-time move, Nairobi County government devolved Mashujaa (Heroes) Day celebrations right to sub-county levels. A total of seventeen sub-counties administrators celebrated Heroes Day in their respective jurisdictions.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 7 years ago
Half a million Nairobi residents to own county houses by 2017, says Kidero
African Union deceitfully condoning Ethiopia massacre
Human Rights Watch estimates that more than 400 people have been killed by the government forces since 2014 when Oromos first protested against Ethiopian government’s planned expansion of the capital
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 7 years ago
African Union deceitfully condoning Ethiopia massacre
Missing links in Kenya’s digital migration
The bloodless digital war between the government of Kenya and four TV stations; KTN, Citizen, NTV and QTV ended after a Court ruling that affirmed the position of the government – that all TV stations had to migrate from analogue to digital broadcast by 2015. This came along with many financial aftershocks.
By Obar Mark Asuelaa 7 years ago
Missing links in Kenya’s digital migration
Why we may never get to know how many soldiers died in the El Adde attack
Four years after the incursion, Kenya Defence forces are still hunting down for al Shabaab militants in Somalia. Kenya’s entry into Somalia under African Union Mission to Somalia forced al Qaida affiliated militia group to leave Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu which they nearly placed under their control in 2011.
By Obar Mark 8 years ago
Why we may never get to know how many soldiers died in the El Adde attack
Women recruiters: The “World Changer” in the fight against terrorism
It has been nearly one and half years since Aqsa Mahmood left her comfortable home in Glasgow, Scotland. Just like any other normal day in Muzaffar’s family, Aqsa gave her father a warm hug as a sign of goodbye.
By Obar Mark 9 years ago
Women recruiters: The “World Changer” in the fight against terrorism
An open letter to Esther Arunga and her parents
At the moment, it’s not even necessary to start thinking of who is right or wrong in the Esther Arunga’s saga. Maybe, and just maybe, sidestepping facts and fictions about who or what is wrong with anyone is this story can be the first stride towards realizing the much needed restoration and resolution in our sister’s life.
By Obar Mark 9 years ago
An open letter to Esther Arunga and her parents
Amoth eats humble pie on clinical officers remarks
Health & Science
By Mercy Kahenda
23 mins ago
High Court slams brakes on Maisha Namba rollout
National
By Kamau Muthoni
39 mins ago
Alarm over smuggling of donkey skin to Asian markets
National
By Antony Gitonga
59 mins ago
MPs vote to delete Finance Bill 2024 clauses
Politics
By David Njaaga
1 hr ago