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Rotational presidency won’t amplify tribalism
Living on the edge: Three in 10 buildings could tumble
What US leadership change means for Kenya on trade, ties
Government yet to deliver masks to schools
Reports indicate that bereavement, isolation, loss of income and fear have triggered mental health conditions in many individuals
In Kenya, things are never good, since the country is in a constant state of natural disaster where every problem is an emergency never handled well
At the end of the day, whatever he did, he was their man. They voted for him.
If America was a tooth, it would have some of the biggest cavities.
In the end, the removal of Governor Sonko from office reflected broad-based consensus among the Kenyan establishment.
Despite being statistics, the common people sometimes strike so hard that they just must be noticed.
Understanding Justice Maraga’s tenure will point to the qualities of the person that should succeed him and serve as an early warning on the pitfalls
Deaths of Kenyan doctors have been talked about more than ever, probably more times than in the past 50 years because they are victims of the State.
How do we stem graft when we can’t make sacrifices in the war?
Leaders have failed the Covid test
Corona has helped us call out impunity in our midst
Populists like Sonko always fall because of divisive ideas
Let's put the blame where it belongs on costly education
Trump performance at US poll should be a lesson to the world
Don’t keep quiet on abuse during stay at home period
Lawyers have let us down by not distilling fully all BBI proposals
IMF whip to hurt most vulnerable
Greed is Kenya’s undoing in bid to tackle period poverty
Teens orgies show how vulnerable we are to evil predators
Power firm crying out for reforms
Stop scapegoats and nail real peddlers of narcotics
Shift to solar use wake-up call for Kenya Power
How sports scribes are part of the rot in Kenyan football
As we debate BBI, region’s decay should worry Kenya
It is in Ruto’s interest to back BBI even if he remains a ‘soft critic’
We’re in a health and economic crisis
US election is over, but can we produce our own Kamala here?
It is good politics to alter some sections of the BBI document
Ignoring needs of masses could set us up for failure
Kenyans were keen on US polls, but what lessons did we learn to help our rotten systems at home?
Coronavirus threat is real, let’s do all we can to keep it at bay
Fight virus but don’t allow rights violations to return
Don’t lose sight of struggling economy
State should fulfill its obligations, but let’s anchor them in law
Kenyans cause chaos on our roads, but they won’t admit it
Those who bungle polls to blame for pain and deaths
Give procurement reforms a chance
Don’t take blindly what they tell you on BBI, it’s just political posturing
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