The Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission has released its long-awaited report, which tells us what we have heard talked about in hushed tones over the years. It confirms what we already know:Read More »
Kenyans are a peculiar people. In parts of the country they are discussing in hushed tones about the ignominy visited upon them by ‘one of our own’, US President Barrack Obama.Read More »
There is palpable public anger over allegations that the Deputy President spent millions of shillings on an air ticket. Kenyans cannot comprehend why and how Mr William Ruto spent a staggering amount of taxpayer’s cash to fund what is now being regarded as a ‘luxury’ trip.Read More »
There are times when you feel like giving the police a bouquet, then there times that one would like to throw prickly thorns at them. The officers who battled a grenade-hurling terrorist suspect in Githurai to his death on Sunday deserves recognition.Read More »
Finally, we have a Cabinet. The Jubilee government can now start to deliver on its many promises with earnest. But even as the 16 Cabinet secretaries roll up their sleeves ready to get down to serious business, the President and his deputy, for reasons best known to them, are yet to fill the remaining two dockets. These are Interior and Coordination of National Government and Labour, Social Security and Services.Read More »
- Miracles made at City Hall
- How many Jacobs do we have in Parliament now?
- Worry not about Kibaki; We’ve taken care of him
- These greedy poli-ticks will milk poor Kenyans to death
- African men foot ladies’ bills, white men don’t
- Of miracle husbands and single women of little faith
- Get our health system off life support, Mr Uhuru
- Finally, doctor with right super glue to seal City Hole
- Upper Hill’s steep descent
- Brood of new blood that wants more of our blood
- Why Kalonzo should go ‘look after goats’ for now
- Let’s blame the rain gods, ourselves for deluge woes
- Newspaper vendor turns newsmaker
- Rid weighbridges of graft to save our roads from ruin
- When cowardly Nyeri men fight like wounded lions
All manner of things have been said about Nyeri men in the recent past. They have been portrayed as cowards and their wives as the ones who wear the pants.
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.