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Women should not endure biased laws


Two separate but related incidents happened this week that left me reflecting on the theory and practice of our laws forbidding discrimination.

Women should not endure biased laws

By | 12 years ago

Constitution reforms

Constitution reforms

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| 12 years ago

Where is church’s voice in push for reforms?

Leaders like Reverend Timothy Njoya who fought on the pulpit, media and in street marches are now rare

Mercy Adhiambo | 11 months ago

Good laws not enough for the Kenya we want

A culture that promotes subservience by extolling the tribal chief is a drag on progress.

Andrew Kipkemboi | 1 year ago