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Crisis looms as Matiang’i vows to change school books’ distribution

EDUCATION

A row is brewing between the government and book suppliers, just a week to schools re-opening.

Crisis looms as Matiang’i vows to change school books’ distribution

By Augustine Oduor | 5 years ago

We have got just the kind of government we deserve

We have got just the kind of government we deserve

Nineteenth century American philosopher and essayist Henry David Thoreau (1817 – 1862) is largely remembered for his firm belief that bad government must be resisted.

Barrack Muluka | 5 years ago

How Presidency was cleared of non-compliance with ethics law

The anti-graft authority last evening dramatically changed a report exposing State organs that had not complied with a key law on leadership and integrity.

David Ohito | 5 years ago

Ambitious Kenyans whose dreams to lead anti-graft body flopped

A primary school teacher, two head teachers, a pastor, a vet, a car salesman, a data entry clerk at the anti-graft commission and an employee of Kenya's spy agency are some of the people who applied to lead the fight against corruption in the country.

Alphonce Shiundu | 5 years ago

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