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- Parking fee standoffs reflect our lack of ingenuity and creativity XN Iraki It is not just in Nairobi — in every small town, hordes of yellow-coated attendants swarm around car owners demanding parking fees.
- Poison pill behind East Africa Portland Cement Company woes Dominic Odipo Could there be some poison pill buried in this section of the Articles of Association, which could lie behind the recent proceedings at the board of EAPCC?
- Audits should lead to sound decisions and not confusion Kamotho Waiganjo Than a yawn from the public. If well handled, the current concerns can only improve citizen faith in government.
- No arm of government is above the law Kethi D Kilonzo President Adams of the United States nominated William Marbury, Dennis Ramsay, Robert Hooe and William Harper as judges. These nominations were approved by the Senate. The President signed their appointment letters. The letters were then sealed by the Secretary of State.
- Kenyan state should take cue from Ukraine and rise from its slumber Prof. Makau Mutua Edmund Burke, the conservative Anglo-Irish statesman and political theorist, once opined that “those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it”. Ignorance of history is akin to continuing digging when in a hole.