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World towers above Africa not due to lack, but poor leadership

We are a conscious reversal of civilisation, an edifice of negations, a pool of absurdity. Our leaders want it that way. They love smallness, and even being made to feel small.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-05-25 00:00:00
A national disaster team under disciplined uniformed command is the right outfit to clear and rebuild roads and bridges.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-05-11 19:30:00
Public Service Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria thinks that temporary contractual employment is the answer to the pesky wage bill challenge in Kenya. It is a knee-jerk proposal
By Barrack Muluka 2024-05-04 00:00:00
The prodigiousness of massive sudden loss of life has stalked Kenya these past few months. The recurrences risk stunning us into deadness.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-04-20 20:40:00
The government condescendingly tells striking doctors and the rest of Kenyans to ‘live within our means.” They say the wage bill is bloated. But the plunder at the top goes on.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-04-13 21:00:00
It is correct to say the Kenya Kwanza government lost its first year. The second year is going the same way. Hopefully they will salvage their third year that begins in August.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-04-06 05:09:44
Governor Natembeya's Tawe movement could signal an early trumpet call ahead of next polls. In politics, even the smallest shift has the potential of rocking the boat
By Barrack Muluka 2024-03-31 20:00:00
Senegal humbles us. We are reminded of the philosopher-king, Leopold Senghor, the first African President to voluntarily retire in 1980.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-03-30 10:00:00
People are saying your government talks too much. It prances around the country and wastes money too much. Yet it says it is broke. Why not save to pay doctors, et al?
By Barrack Muluka 2024-03-23 21:00:00
Kenya must think very carefully before sending 1,000 police officers to dance with death in Haiti. What is in it for us?
By Barrack Muluka 2024-03-16 06:40:40
Chakava would be as cool as a cucumber during crises and only talk about mistakes after everything has been sorted out.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-03-09 13:00:00
There has been no sign that the powers of the day appreciate the gravity of this matter as a question of fidelity to the Constitution, and much less honour to the mothers of Kenya.
By Barrack Muluka 2024-03-08 00:00:00