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Greed and lawlessness will set us on sure path to ruin

DAVID OGINDE

What is the difference between a matatu driver that crushes a police officer who is waving him down to stop, and a Government officer who intimidates

Greed and lawlessness will set us on sure path to ruin

By David Oginde | 3 years ago

Reasons why Kenya is slowly headed to being a lawless society

Reasons why Kenya is slowly headed to being a lawless society

<p >What happened to the civic habit and duty of living by the law? Everywhere one looks it is clear that Kenya is sliding into a rather toxic form of lawlessness

Cosmas Ronno | 4 years ago

Opinion: Excessive force is unlawful

If you attack the common citizen or even a police officer, the police must respond with the necessary force on such aggressors. Whatever the incident, it is handled at an individual level.

Alexander Chagema | 4 years ago

We're incubating a culture of violence by disregarding legal infractions

Kenya is slowly going to the dogs. The country is steadily descending into anarchy. Lawlessness has become commonplace. People kill others without a second thought. Everyone seems determined to resolve every dispute with a bullet, or machete.

Makau Mutua | 7 years ago

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