Category: Opinions

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The unfulfilled promissory note is what makes the President jittery

  Denish Odanga President Uhuru’s accusations that Raila Odinga was the mastermind of the post-election violence is no news. Uhuru is visibly a...
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Unemployment thrives as million-jobs-a-year pledge becoming a mirage

By Martin Muya Jubilee promised creation of a million jobs a year if they got into power in 2013. On the day of inauguration of Uhuru Kenyatta as the ...
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President Uhuru Kenyatta: Kenya’s Tantrums-throwing Madman

By Simon Allison. [When Lieutenant-General Johnson Ondieki was sacked as the United Nations peacekeeping boss in South Sudan last week, Kenya was ince...
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Whitewashing a dirty past, DP Ruto denies he is a land grabber

By Dikembe Disembe “If a known con artist peddles a potion that he claims will make people lose 25 pounds and enjoy a better sex life, we don’...
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Buhere: Role of education and discipline in sporting excellence

By Kennedy Buhere When State Department of Basic Education PS Belio Kipsang invited Olympic medallist Eliud Kipchoge address students who had particip...
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We need Musalia, but not as Jubilee plot

“With stolen elections, the best Mudavadi can do is call for a round table gentlemen talk. He shall operate under their terms!” By Denish ...
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Odoyo Owidi is a disgruntled bitter lover

By Denish Odanga Odoyo Owidi of The dead Luo Dialogue Initiative cum Kalausi (whirlwind) party has been a comedian for The Star Newspaper for some tim...
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Abandon authoritarian policies, return old order for school safety

By Raila Odinga Two months ago, the Government announced stringent measures, including change in term dates and abolition of traditions like visiting ...
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What do opposition rebels stand for?

By BobastlesNondi Successive governments of Presidents Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel Moi,MwaiKibakiand Uhuru Kenyatta have presided over, if not orchestrated,...
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2017 poll nears, but we’re still waiting for Jubilee to resolve Mau stalemate

By John Tompo The 2017 General Election is now months away and the government, as it promised almost three years ago, has done nothing to fix the Mau ...