The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has done well to come up with a concept aimed to assist domestic workers save for their old ageRead More »
I was greatly impressed to see an MP making maiden speech in Kiswahili. However, this member really struggled to get the correct terminologies to freely express herself.Read More »
The debate on whether or not our MPs should be paid salaries enjoyed by their predecessors in the Tenth Parliament has been raging for almost two months now.Read More »
For a long time, the public and the Government have put the police force under performance pressure due to the rising insecurity in the country. I agree that police have a vital role in security matters but their efforts can be rendered fruitless due to lack of proper support in their operations.Read More »
I would like to go against the grain and play the devil’s advocate.Read More »
- CJ’s reaction to critics was miscalculated, wrong move
- Counties to consider waste management
- Why neglect police support staff in ongoing reform deal?
- MPs free to look for better paying jobs
- CORD must keep State on its toes
- Oversight mechanisms lacking in county management
- Secondary school students deserve laptops more
- Time to adopt motorcycle ambulances
- Kimemia has not been fair in his handling of Raila
- Are Uhuru, Ruto the Biblical Jushua and Caleb we want?
- Kanu might rule us for many more years
- Kenya’s five-year cycles of optimism and heartbreak
- Who’ll teach pupils how to use laptops?
- Bashing Museveni over rustling ‘joke’ laughable
- Open letter to President-elect Uhuru on agenda
Dear President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta, as you prepare to officially take the reins as Kenya’s fourth President, I would like to bring some issues to your attention.
Desperate Nairobians out to do everything to join this exclusive fraternity, are now falling into the hands of conmen, who at a fee are promising membership.