The Walk to The Ballot 4: The Representatives

The Walk to The Ballot 4: The Representatives

The two ballot papers with a pair of photographs for each pick, representing the helm of leadership...

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The Walk to The Ballot 3: The Governor

The Walk to The Ballot 3: The Governor

Having marked your choice for the Commander in Chief, it is time to pick a Commander for your...

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The Walk To The Ballot 2: The Presidency

The Walk To The Ballot 2: The Presidency

Now, the queue has diminished a bit and it's your turn to go through the 'voter dip'. So you...

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The Walk To The Ballot 1: Right To Vote

The Walk To The Ballot 1: Right To Vote

It is 2 o'clock in the morning, the cock is yet to crow but the crowd noises outside remind...

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Illegal Abortions on the Rise

Illegal Abortions on the Rise

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

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From Katiba Mpya to Kenya Mpya

From Katiba Mpya to Kenya Mpya

The new Constitution has been developed in a spirit of "for Kenyans by Kenyans". Now that it...

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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 Parliament!

I 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

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

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Your role in the Electoral Process

Your role in the Electoral Process

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

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Politics and Bad Marriages

Politics and Bad Marriages

Politics and Bad Marriages: Why You Need To Vote Wisely. If you have lived long enough, you...

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We Can Have A Bright Future

We Can Have A Bright Future

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

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MPs antics a reminder to vote wisely.

MPs antics a reminder to vote wisely.

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

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The urgent need to tame politicians with loose tongues

The urgent need to tame politicians with loose tongues

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

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

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

A while back I wrote a blog post on an issue that is proving to be thorny. In case you missed...

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Can The African Court of Justice Deliver?

Can The African Court of Justice Deliver?

Amidst the shambles facing Africa, which include food crises, political unrest and wrangles,...

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More Terror Attacks and the Prevention of Terrorism Bill

More Terror Attacks and the Prevention of Terrorism Bill

Another Sunday has departed and what remains is apprehension coupled with citizens who are...

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The Current State of Security

The Current State of Security

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

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Farewell Professor Saitoti...

Farewell Professor Saitoti...

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

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Access to information: A tool for fighting Impunity

Access to information: A tool for fighting Impunity

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

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What Next after 10/06/12?

What Next after 10/06/12?

Important Points to Ponder after the events of 10th June 2012 Kenya is in the middle of fighting...

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TNA Launch - A Reflection of our Political Parties

TNA Launch - A Reflection of our Political Parties

On Sunday 20th May 2012 Mr Uhuru Kenyatta, son of Kenya's founding President Jomo Kenyatta...

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African Union vs The ICC

African Union vs The ICC

Can Africa handle its own cases? This is a question many people may be asking themselves as...

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The Contract Between the Church and State

The Contract Between the Church and State

Under an assumed Constitutional contract, the State is given a monopoly on the use of violence....

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Dangerous Covenants

Dangerous Covenants

It has now become commonplace for politicians to make deals with religious groups in the run...

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The Vetting of Judges

The Vetting of Judges

"Vetting", that's a word Kenyans have gotten used to over the past year. Vetting of commissioners,...

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Sneaking in a new Bill?

Sneaking in a new Bill?

The implementation of the new constitution has so far not been as easy and immediate as many...

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The Arab Spring

The Arab Spring

Arab Spring: After the momentum and the bounce where will North Africa rest? Today I must...

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Abortion: Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice

Abortion: Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice

Reading the abortion argument that the pro-choice bring forward makes me wonder if they respect...

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Kenyans for Kenya

Kenyans for Kenya

Disappointment... this is a word whose meaning Kenyans have in the recent past had to unwillingly...

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Kenya is at Crossroads...

Kenya is at Crossroads...

Every society begins with a group of individual coming together and deciding to be organized....

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Mind of a Politician

Mind of a Politician

The minds of politicians (Kenya's) have always been the hardest things to fathom due to the...

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One-third, two-thirds what is the difference?

One-third, two-thirds what is the difference?

I have had a very interesting and eye opening experience today. In Kenya, there is the case...

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