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The Deputy President is permanently between a rock and a hard place. And by Deputy President I do not mean William Ruto
And because Okwara ‘dared’ to speak this truth, the online chauvinists are now directing their torment at her in the same way.
This is the time for President Uhuru Kenyatta to hate public love. The desire for presidential popularity at this time will cost him dearly.
We Kenyans are averse to the concept of ‘personal space.’ The government has to warn us to stand a metre apart at the supermarket line for good reason
The coronavirus has temporarily come to the rescue of the Deputy President.
Forget the coronavirus, incompetence in governance is a severe ailment and Kenya is suffering an epidemic.
The ‘break-ups’ of the last election cycle have been resolved in a series of public reconciliations.
Attack on women’s dignity has all the hallmarks of chauvinism
Time for Uhuru to brave hate, order lockdown to curb virus?
How we can execute proactive operation in the face of coronavirus
As a rule of thumb, leaders with ambition need formidable allies
Our undoing is simply deceit and ineptitude in high offices
We’re often a collateral damage in other people’s power games
Arms scandal: Likely theories and hypotheses
There is so much fodder for threats to impeach Ruto
Who will be the punching bag in 2022 elections?
Why census will be the launch pad for 2022 poll contest
Punguza Mizigo has already won referendum race
Ruto should wake up to reality: Central will not vote for him
The good, the bad and ugly in Uhuru’s demonetisation
Remarks at prayer breakfast were a big miscalculation
Parties without conviction can’t move generations
We need honest talk on systems of government
Let’s examine Supreme Court with critical eye
Raila-Ruto feud fueling fresh political wars
Contradictions in criminal justice system worrying
Orengo’s bid to impeach Ruto an ‘act of courage’
Negotiation for State projects raises questions
The ‘critical few’ want a referendum, and they will get one
Why ‘chief minister’ role a double-edged sword for Matiang’i
Fallacies of terror that we must face to win the war
Why Uhuru has the most control over his own succession
Kenya now a single party state, but the noise will get louder
How trial by media undermines the right to a fair trial
Uhuru suffers ‘lame duck’ effect
Duale’s reckless tricks sold Uhuru out in sham vote
Change of polls date will hand Uhuru extra year
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