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We are victims of the culture of claptrap and dead psyche

BARRACK MULUKA

The top brass around power is either a cocktail of perfect dissemblers, or they are simply dead. Whatever the case, they are to be pitied.

We are victims of the culture of claptrap and dead psyche

By Barrack Muluka | 4 years ago

In French politics, graft is a way of life

In French politics, graft is a way of life

Political corruption in France is common, and usually – if the politician is at or near the top of the political game – unpunished.

John Lloyd | 4 years ago

Elections: Why we ought to keep the peace and what each one can do

On the surface, our diversity makes us uniquely special: our cultural diversity; an amalgam of over 40 tribes, beautiful topography and Kenyans’ legendary good naturedness mixed with drive and energy makes Kenya a paradise of sorts.

The Standard | 4 years ago

Ngilu, three party leaders back Kalonzo for presidency

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and National Rainbow Coalition (NARC) leader Charity Ngilu have closed ranks in an effort to cement the opposition's fortunes in Ukambani.

Rawlings Otieno and Moses Nyamori | 4 years ago

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