Possible secret agenda of recent Coast leaders' meeting in city
In a surprise twist, virtually all top coastal leaders met in Nairobi recently ostensibly to chart the way forward in engagements with President William Ruto.
By William Kingi 5 months ago
Possible secret agenda of recent Coast leaders' meeting in city
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Ruto is a man in transition, but it's hard to tell his destination
Indications are Ruto is a man against the ropes trying to make the best of a difficult situation. He is not in his full stride yet. He is a man in transition.
By William Kingi 6 months ago
Ruto is a man in transition, but it's hard to tell his destination
Worsening countrywide water crisis deserves urgent attention
The writer argues without climate-proof agricultural production systems and water harvesting infrastructure, our current relief is transient.
By William Kingi 10 months ago
Worsening countrywide water crisis deserves urgent attention
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Shakahola is an accident in our mad rush to self-destruction
The writer argues that the rot that brought us to this situation is perhaps deeper than the cosmetics that is our politics.
By William Kingi 10 months ago
Shakahola is an accident in our mad rush to self-destruction
Kenyan farmers in need of representation, voice to articulate concerns
The true weakness of the Kenyan agricultural sector – lack of effective farmers’ associations that represent interests of the sector.
By William Kingi 5 years ago
Kenyan farmers in need of representation, voice to articulate concerns
The teen pregnancy cloud over Kenya
According to the United Nations Population Fund, some 378,400 girls in Kenya between age 10-19 became pregnant between July 2016 and June 2017.
By William Kingi 5 years ago
The teen pregnancy cloud over Kenya
Forget the goodies; this is what matters to us
The Heart and Soul of Coast Politics is in Devolution and Decentralisation
By William Kingi 5 years ago
Forget the goodies; this is what matters to us
Unregulated imports are killing industry and endangering Kenyans
It is high time laws governing imports were enforced without let.
By William Kingi 5 years ago
Unregulated imports are killing industry and endangering Kenyans
Party-hopping: Is the Kenyan political party real or just a trick?
The thousands of activists and supporters who rally around parties and candidates find themselves abandoned and forgotten.
By William Kingi 5 years ago
Party-hopping: Is the Kenyan political party real or just a trick?
Handshake not an end in itself, but a beginning
History the reason why nation is where it is today.
By William Kingi 5 years ago
Handshake not an end in itself, but a beginning
Leaving office should not be painful in the face of true leadership
In democratic societies, public service is a privilege bestowed on individuals by the people. It is a call to serve given by people, who are sovereign
By William Kingi 5 years ago
Leaving office should not be painful in the face of true leadership
We all have to stop this slide to dictatorship
Duty calls. Let us rise and be counted on the side of the Constitution
By William Kingi 6 years ago
We all have to stop this slide to dictatorship
Exploring leeward side of Mt Kenya
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By XN Iraki
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How different financial markets affect economy
Opinion
By Boni Wanjau
4 hrs ago
How financial prices drive the economy in Kenya
Opinion
By Boni Wanjau
4 hrs ago
Current, former governors and family members accused of graft
Politics
By Ndungu Gachane
5 hrs ago
Grandmother's battle with US father over custody of minor
Nairobi
By Kamau Muthoni
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Why Murang'a elected women leaders cannot see eye to eye
Politics
By Ndungu Gachane
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