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New book policy spells doom for publishing companies

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The recent policy-change by Education Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i to have one text book per subject in elementary, primary and secondary education, might as well be calling the hangman to finish the job by tightening the noose harder around the neck for both Kenyan publishing and book selling companies.

New book policy spells doom for publishing companies

By Lee Mwiti | 4 years ago

Who will stop greed rampage in Kenya’s publishing industry?

Who will stop greed rampage in Kenya’s publishing industry?

My genuine fear is that nothing short of government intervention will end the painful injustice going on in Kenya’s publishing industry. Including music, but that’s a story for another day.

Abenea Ndago | 5 years ago

Writing is a painful labour of love

Despite the challenges facing the local publishing industry, writer Onduko bw’Atebe prefers to see it as a half full glass rather than half empty.

Mbugua Ngunjiri | 7 years ago

Who will stop greed rampage in Kenya’s publishing industry?

My genuine fear is that nothing short of government intervention will end the painful injustice going on in Kenya’s publishing industry. Including music, but that’s a story for another day.

Abenea Ndago | 5 years ago

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