Is Uhuru headed to lame duck leader?

Is Uhuru headed to lame duck leader?

By Kenn Masibo While he might not be a lame duck yet, Uhuru Kenyatta could become one soon if the current political events continue to unfold against him in his backyard. The telltale signs are all over and that is causing concern to the Commander in Chief, whose grip on...

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Financial crisis at public universities

By Ben Oseno Auditor General Edward Ouko once observed that Kenya’s strive to become a middle income economy by 2030 may not be realised because of the sad state of affairs about revelations of questionable financial malpractices covering the entire spectrum in the public sector. This raises interesting questions, could...

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Why Pastor Ng’ang’a went mad with church Bishops

Why Pastor Ng’ang’a went mad with church Bishops

Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism is a man of troubled life even in his marriage,social and investments. In a video shared online, the controversial pastor is heard abusing and angrily lecturing bishops as church followers keenly listen. Pastor Ng’ang’a called for his wife and himself to be accorded total...

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There would be no graft without politicians

There would be no graft without politicians

The Deputy President William Ruto’s recent presentation to the Professionals Summit in Mombasa on corruption cannot go unchallenged. He eloquently outlined the role played by each category of professionals in the corruption chain cycle. He mentioned accountants, auditors, economists, engineers, lecturers, planers, surveyors, HR managers, lawyers and judges. The press...

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Politics ought not be organised slander but service delivery

Politics ought not be organised slander but service delivery

It is imperative politicians to bear in mind that the electorate expectation in the forthcoming 2022 elections is not leaders who can insult, scandalise and rubbish opponent the most but those whose ought to service delivery to the citizens of Kenya. The citizenry has been yearning for leaders who can...

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Has Raila been boxed in by the handshake?

Has Raila been boxed in by the handshake?

There is no doubt that the handshake between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga has created a conducive atmosphere for business to thrive in the country. Besides, it has taught us that political leaders who harbour critical differences can find a common ground to work towards the collective good. But some...

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Militarization of Africa – (Cont’d)

Militarization of Africa – (Cont’d)

Since its establishment 53 years ago, the OAU Charter which spells out non-interference has not been amended or reviewed in order to streamline it’s charter in order to meet the challenges that now face African states. The AU charter review committee has not formulated substantive amendments to mitigate internal conflicts which led to genocide in Rwanda, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Chad, conflict, Somali, Bukina Fasso or Somali.

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Can change of name spur performance in business organisations?

Can change of name spur performance in business organisations?

Motivation for change of name varies from one situation to another. In my opinion, change of name should, at all times, be for the good of the recipient of the new name. Identity has been cited as the driving force behind change of some names. Religious organisations have had their names changed for reasons best known to selves.

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Where are Kenya’s potential youth voters found?

Where are Kenya’s potential youth voters found?

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has lamented at the poor response to its voter registration exercise which began February 15 to March 15 2016, a period of one full month.

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Politicians burn country, students burn schools

Politicians burn country, students burn schools

Similarly, these places where students are burning dormitories share the name ‘school’ with Alliance or Mangu just because they have classrooms and blackboards. Most are mere juvenile care centres only different from babycare centres because of the age. Others are but fattening centres where adolescent where adolescents simply go to grow up at.

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Mudavadi, Kalonzo secret talks stun State House

Mudavadi, Kalonzo secret talks stun State House

To say that panic has gripped State House following reports that the opposition parties are seriously considering forming a formidable super alliance that would see Mudavadi fly the presidential flag with Kalonzo Musyoka as the running mate, is to understate it.

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