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ELECTION 2022

Treasury and Parliament wrong on Finance Bill delay

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Kenyans are being treated to the theatre of the absurd by Parliament and the Treasury. Kenyans are shocked to see MPs lament publicly that the Treasury has sidelined them, is engaged in financial indiscipline and is collecting illegal taxes.

Treasury and Parliament wrong on Finance Bill delay

By | 10 years ago

Kibaki has embraced China as strategic development partner

Kibaki has embraced China as strategic development partner

The Kibaki Government sees red only these days! Or so the Whites believe. The Western envoys are grumbling that State House is unreachable and they find it hard to meet the President when they want to. Custom has it that the Western envoys meet President of the host country regularly, at least once every six months, to discuss bilateral relations. Some multilateral agreements such as the ACP’s Cotonou Agreement encourage such biannual meetings.

| 10 years ago

Good governance key in exploitation of oil revenue

Kudos to the Energy Ministry! We have discovered the black gold and have every reason to get impatient for the petro- dollars. Oil has been known to create vast fortunes, industrial empires and has had profound influence on modern societies and politics. We can’t wait to be awash with dollars like the Arabs, and our cities should soon look like Dubai and Doha, and we should tell US they go jump into the sea because we will not need their aid anymore. Well, we will be an economic super power!

| 10 years ago

Gema platform only serves to alienate the community

The Gema leaders are faced with one of their most challenging political dilemma. Even during the Moi era when such tribal outfits were outlawed, Gema did not suffer the daunting task of having to chart the stormy waters of political succession in turbulent times.

| 10 years ago

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