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- Jubilee's assault on critics ill-thought-out Alexander Chagema It might not be his making, or it could, because he is a politician; but President Uhuru Kenyatta has been caught in a few deliberate misrepresentations of facts to the public in the span of a few days.
- War is big business that Kenya can ‘invest’ in Xn Iraki The world seems perennially at war. As you read this, someone is most likely dropping a bomb, firing a gun or running away from war.
- Kalonzo holds the key to NASA’s leadership quest Makau Mutua The National Super Alliance (NASA), the political juggernaut that could sweep Jubilee out of power, smells blood in the water.
- It’s easier to join Harvard than our top schools Xn Iraki Parenting is one of the least appreciated professions, yet one of the most important in the world.
- Uhuru’s address pure campaign, but there’s still hope for our nation Kamotho Waiganjo I have three takeaways from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s State of the Nation address. Firstly, this was a campaign speech, pure and simple.