AG’s lame defence makes it easy for torture victims
Since last year the Government has been paying millions of shillings to victims of the infamous Nyayo House torture, perpetrated by security agents in late 1980s and 1990s.
Joyce Buke: Make my son’s struggle worthwhile
When The Standard On Saturday visited Mama Joyce in Chepkube in Cheptais District, the 69-year-old woman could not hold back tears as she narrated how her son’s education was cruelly cut short in 1987, when Buke, together with other student leaders, were put behind bars because of their activism. This agitation later gave birth to multi-party democracy.
Miguna Miguna, while you were away…
The Party of National Unity’s contestation of the citizenship credentials of Mr Miguna Miguna, the PM’s advisor and the protest by a section of Luo Nyanza MPs at his commentaries, bring into sharp focus, not just the quality of his political analysis, but also the authenticity of the moral ground on which he claims to draw inspiration.
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