Power struggle at union of Kenya civil servants

Power struggle at union of Kenya civil servants

A bitter infighting among staff at the Union of Kenya Civil Servants that has raged on for the better part of 2016 is now being blamed on external political operatives who have brought operations at the headquarters to a near standstill with frozen bank accounts ordered by the courts. A...

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Kenyans told to keep off beasts in robes of Middle East

Kenyans told to keep off beasts in robes of Middle East

It is unfortunate that the Kenyan domestic workers are claiming all sorts mistreatment in UAE including forced adultery and torture, denial of food, held hostages in concentration camps as olden day slavery.

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Have hatemongers forgotten their kenyan prisons pledge

Have hatemongers forgotten their kenyan prisons pledge

Crime suspects and prisoners suffer in Kenyan prisons and police cells. The cells are in pathetic conditions and any plan to change the situation soon is a pipe dream. The civil society groups and members of the Fourth Estate have failed to highlight happenings in the correctional facilities.

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Conmen + lawyers invade land buying in Kenya

Conmen + lawyers invade land buying in Kenya

Criminals have hatched up a scheme in which they are now identifying plots then make fake identity cards, Pin numbers and fake title deeds and later target bogus sellers whose photos appear on the counterfeit identity cards then collude with some lawyers who understand the deals by the criminals as Kenyans continue to fall prey to these unlawful tactics by the crooks losing millions of shillings.

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Partnership key to address urban challenges – Nairobi

Partnership key to address urban challenges – Nairobi

The recent documentary regarding the faded glory of the once enviable Buru Buru Estate is a classical example of what happens when there is total disregard of city physical planning laws and regulations. A number of estates that were once well planned and attractive have gradually turned into semi-slums and...

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Mr President, fighting corruption is tall order

Although there is a lot of cynicism and criticism from the public following Uhuru Kenyatta’s speech on Monday last week on how he intends to tackle graft, I’m inclined to think that the measures he spelt out if fully implemented can put some brakes on this evil that is consuming...

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Web of deceit that is known as War on Terror

In the contemporary age, the war on terror has become a useful tool to justify the West’s aggression against other people. It is enough to brand an individual or group as terrorist and use that as a licence for every conceivable crime against them. While there is no agreed upon...

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Wetang’ula’s political rights undermined

As a bishop, I have been following with keen observations on what is haunting Bungoma senator Moses Wetang’ula since 2013 general election and the subsequent by-election in December 2014. Let it be noted well in all quarters that Moses Wetang’ula is one of our sons and leaders whom as a...

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Duale is disgrace to government he serves

I write to strongly condemn the majority leader in parliament Aden Duale. His reasoning is extremely below the standard of any intelligent man worth his seat that even a Standard Eight pupil can outshine him in any debate. Duale behaves as if Jubilee will forever rule this country and that...

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Kenyans must act fast to save their country from total downfall

Tribalism has caused this great nation a great deal of instability and economic downfall. From time immemorial before and after independence and all along through the years, our mode of leadership and resource distribution has ever been guided by tribal aligning and high level of corruption which unfortunately have, and...

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