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Why the Church Feels Discriminated Against in Marriage Licensing

Why the Church Feels Discriminated Again…

24-10-2014

The recent directive by the Attorney General's office that Church ministers must apply for new licenses to conduct marriages under...

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Pastor Saeed's Prayer Vigil

Pastor Saeed's Prayer Vigil

06-10-2014

Pastor Saeed Abedini is in prison in one of Iran's toughest prisons. He is serving an 8 year sentence because...

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Pastor Saeed Prayer Vigil

Pastor Saeed Prayer Vigil

03-09-2014

Prayer Vigil for Pastor Saeed and Other Persecuted Christians:The EACLJ is joining other organizations around the world to hold a...

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Pastor Saeed Facing New Death Threats In Prison

Pastor Saeed Facing New Death Threats In…

13-08-2014

AMERICAN PASTOR SAEED ABEDINI FACING NEW DEATH THREATS IN IRANIAN PRISON FROM ISIS TERRORISTS (Washington, DC) – The American Center for...

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Meriam Ibrahim Update

Meriam Ibrahim Update

30-06-2014

Meriam Ibrahim and her family are currently at the United States Embassy in Khartoum according to various media reports. The...

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Persecution in Sudan: Save Meriam

Persecution in Sudan: Save Meriam

23-05-2014

Background Meriam Yahia Ibrahim is a Sudanese mother and doctor, who has been sentenced to death because of her choice of...

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Babies Surviving Abortion Have a Right to Life

Babies Surviving Abortion Have a Right t…

18-03-2014

The Right to Life is universal and every human being is entitled to it.This is according to Article 3 of...

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Religious Extremism a Threat to Kenya's Security

Religious Extremism a Threat to Kenya's …

17-02-2014

The world today is faced by many issues, from natural calamities to financial struggles and even insecurity. It may not...

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Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

13-02-2014

Violence has largely been ignored as a public health issue and this is due to the lack of a clear...

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New Media legislation, away from Self Regulation

New Media legislation, away from Self Re…

12-12-2013

One of the key rights and freedoms that have been promoted in line with achieving a free and democratic society...

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Executive vs Judiciary

Executive vs Judiciary

08-12-2013

The recent tussle between the executive and the judiciary has once again brought up the question on the supremacy of...

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Religious Attacks in Kenya

Religious Attacks in Kenya

11-11-2013

Insecurity is not a new phenomenon in Kenya and the world as a whole. Kenya has so far had its...

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The AU, ICC and Kenya

The AU, ICC and Kenya

03-11-2013

The African Union (AU), formerly the Organization of African Union (OAU) was formed on the 9th September 1999 when the...

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County Government Amendment Bill: A Blessing or Curse?

County Government Amendment Bill: A Bles…

14-10-2013

Devolution has been a contentious matter both in government and around the country for a while now. One of the...

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Terrorism in Kenya

Terrorism in Kenya

05-10-2013

The events of 21st September 2013, have left indelible memories to Kenya as a Country and further raised more cognizance...

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Repatriation Of Refugees

Repatriation Of Refugees

05-06-2013

The IGAD (Inter-Governmental Authority on Development) Heads of State and Government Summit held it's 22nd Extra-Ordinary session on the 24th...

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Religious Persecution in Tanzania

Religious Persecution in Tanzania

13-11-2012

Religious leaders and sociologists estimate that the Christian and Muslim communities in Tanzania are approximately equal in size, with each...

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Making of the Tanzania constitution; The role of public participation

Making of the Tanzania constitution; The…

04-10-2012

Making of the Tanzania constitution; The role of public participation. The Constitution of a country is the most important legal document....

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Fresh Hope For Somalia

Fresh Hope For Somalia

14-09-2012

For the first time in 43 years, Somalia elected a formal leader. This officially marks the end of an eight-year...

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Religious Persecution in Ethiopia

Religious Persecution in Ethiopia

14-09-2012

The country's population is largely Christian. Though this may be the case, several instances of persecution directed towards Christians have...

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The AU: Mission, Goals, Organs and Objectives

The AU: Mission, Goals, Organs and Objec…

30-08-2012

The formation of the African Union (AU or EU depending on the language) was heralded as an event of great...

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Reviewing The Tanzanian Constitution

Reviewing The Tanzanian Constitution

27-06-2012

By Ken MbaabuTanzania is going through one of the most important phases in the history of any modern day democracy....

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Abortion In Rwanda

Abortion In Rwanda

18-06-2012

Rwanda: Conditioned Legalization of Abortion Divides Society Until 1977, abortion was generally illegal in Rwanda. The Criminal Code (Ordinance 43/Just.of 18...

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EALA seeks to transfer Hague Cases to Arusha

EALA seeks to transfer Hague Cases to Ar…

11-06-2012

The East Africa Legislative Assembly recently passed a resolution to have the Ministers of the EALA institute proceedings that would...

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Churches Burnt In Tanzania

Churches Burnt In Tanzania

30-05-2012

Muslim extremists have burnt two churches in Zanzibar over the weekend. This was in protest over the arrest of their...

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Struggle for Independence

Struggle for Independence

28-06-2011

As Southern Sudan expects to be declared independent soon and about to be Africa's 53rd state, it faces, among the...

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Abortion In Ethiopia

Abortion In Ethiopia

29-04-2011

Ethiopia like any other country is also struggling with issues concerning abortion. Abortion is illegal in Ethiopia except in cases...

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Abortion In Uganda

Abortion In Uganda

27-04-2011

Abortion is illegal in Uganda except to save the life of the woman. Nevertheless, many women obtain abortions, often under...

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Abortion In Tanzania

Abortion In Tanzania

27-04-2011

The issue of abortion is widespread all over the world. However the level of its effect is varied in different...

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Illegal Abortions on the Rise

Illegal Abortions on the Rise

08-08-2013

A recent survey has revealed that teenage pregnancies are on the rise. As a result, the Deputy President, William Ruto...

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From Katiba Mpya to Kenya Mpya

From Katiba Mpya to Kenya Mpya

25-06-2013

By Joy MdivoThe new Constitution has been developed in a spirit of "for Kenyans by Kenyans". Now that it is...

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Hands Up If You Are Fed Up With The 11th Parliament!

Hands Up If You Are Fed Up With The 11th…

25-06-2013

By Joy MdivoI said it before and I shall say it again, Kenyans passed a new constitution that did away...

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Adulterated Laws

Adulterated Laws

18-01-2013

With only 50 days to go before the general elections are conducted, the aspiring leaders are anxious to overthrow their...

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Your role in the Electoral Process

Your role in the Electoral Process

04-12-2012

The sovereign power belongs to us, the people. You and I are to exercise this sovereignty either directly or indirectly...

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Politics and Bad Marriages

Politics and Bad Marriages

27-11-2012

By Mwana Falsafa Politics and Bad Marriages: Why You Need To Vote Wisely. If you have lived long enough, you most likely...

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We Can Have A Bright Future

We Can Have A Bright Future

19-10-2012

By Mwana Falsafa A recent report by Forbes magazine revealed that the richest man who ever lived, was an ancient African...

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MPs antics a reminder to vote wisely.

MPs antics a reminder to vote wisely.

10-10-2012

The President has declined to sign in the controversial Finance 2012 bill. He termed it as unconstitutional and unaffordable. What...

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The urgent need to tame politicians with loose tongues

The urgent need to tame politicians with…

26-09-2012

As we are gearing to an election year, more caution should be taken by our politicians to ensure that peace...

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Forget the two thirds rule, lets split this 50-50!

Forget the two thirds rule, lets split t…

23-09-2012

By Joy Mdivo A while back I wrote a blog post on an issue that is proving to be thorny. In...

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Can The African Court of Justice Deliver?

Can The African Court of Justice Deliver…

11-07-2012

By Melissa LukuluAmidst the shambles facing Africa, which include food crises, political unrest and wrangles, ethnic qualms, sinister economies with...

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More Terror Attacks and the Prevention of Terrorism Bill

More Terror Attacks and the Prevention o…

04-07-2012

By Melissa Lukulu Another Sunday has departed and what remains is apprehension coupled with citizens who are close to complacent to...

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The Current State of Security

The Current State of Security

25-06-2012

By Melissa Lukulu In the wake of the incursions that Kenya has been facing, security measures are being tightened throughout the...

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Farewell Professor Saitoti...

Farewell Professor Saitoti...

17-06-2012

By Melissa Lukulu On Sunday 10 June, 2012 at around 9:00 a.m. Kenya came to terms with the sad and shocking...

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Access to information: A tool for fighting Impunity

Access to information: A tool for fighti…

16-06-2012

By Joy Mdivo Article 35 in the Bill of Rights says every citizen has the right to access to information held...

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