It is only a little over a year since Kenya held her last general elections and the atmosphere is already supercharged with succession politics. If you were a visitor in Kenya with no knowledge of the electoral cycle, your analytical apparatus would quickly conclude that elections are just around
Checking into a welfare office at the end of every month for money that I haven't dropped a single sweat for just sounds too good to be true. Yet that's what is likely to happen if Saboti Member of Parliament Hon Caleb Amisi's move to craft a bill that compels the government to put
Slums, youths, poverty, and the police are words that frequently appear together each time a life lost hits the news headlines in Kenya. The few facts gathered around the shooting of Leeds University Student Carilton David Maina prove more innocence than guilt on his part.
In the recent past, a lot of Kenyans have been crying for a stronger opposition to represent them. They are convinced that the current opposition is in some intensive care unit (ICU) or its deathbed already. The arms of government are getting stronger while the opposition is only getting weaker b
End of the year is fast approaching. And we must ultimately confront ourselves with the begging question, “have we achieved those ambitious goals and objectives we listed down when the year began?” How has the year been? The clock is ticking.
Let's pick it from the beginnin
I, together with thousands of other likeminded Kenyans are sad citizens today. As a result of being patriotic and refusing to coil our tails and watch vice make a mockery of our country, we became loud. We have yapped and yelled – to the extent that some are left nursing their damaged voice
Looking at the brighter side of things, if Chinese loans can potentially improve our roads and infrastructure, and help us attain some level of development; then China really has got my backing.
If only African countries could prioritize and invest in profitable projects other than let the
Our county assemblies have been reduced to parking bays for two warring camps: those for and those against the house speaker.
On the one side, the anti-speaker group accuse the speaker of poor leadership and mismanagement of the county assembly resources and affairs. On the other, those in
If the level of freedom surpassed the level corruption in my country Kenya, I would publish a book titled “People Kill People, The Roads are Innocent”. If time is money then Kenyans waste a ton of cash on the roads through extraordinary traffic jams and enormous traffic pol