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How verdict on judges puts separation of powers in peril

KAMOTHO WAIGANJO

After a long tussle with the JSC, the President appointed 34 of the judges after the exit of former CJ Maraga, leaving out six.

How verdict on judges puts separation of powers in peril

By Kamotho Waiganjo | 4 days ago

Kenya must up her game after Somalia maritime dispute loss

Kenya must up her game after Somalia maritime dispute loss

Somalia has the longest coastline in Africa and has no basis squeezing into Kenya’s meagre waters.

Kamotho Waiganjo | 11 days ago

KRA’s solution to tax evasion is punitive to new companies

While KRA’s problem in accessing many of these entities is understood, the solution they rendered was not only unlawful but manifestly unfair.

Kamotho Waiganjo | 1 month ago

Perils of occupying nations and our mission in Somalia

The exit of American troops from Afghanistan provides a useful lesson to imperial powers like the USA who seek to “bring democracy” to far lands.

Kamotho Waiganjo | 1 month ago

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