Kenya can learn much from Rwanda

August 12, 2015 1

Rwanda is on the spot since President Paul Kagame declared his interest to run for a third term; an idea that many people cant stomach. But perhaps before Kenyans castigate and roast the Rwandans, our […]

Was NIS Officer Antony Kimathi eliminated?

August 10, 2015 0

A cloud of frustration, anger and grief continues to engulf Luluma Rwaene – one of the many sleeping and forgotten villages in Maua, Meru County – where residents are yet to come into terms with […]

Kaimenyi must shape up or ship out

July 9, 2015 0

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. Jacob Thuranira Kaimenyi was my Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Nairobi back then. Just like now, numerous allegations of high handedness and arrogance haunted him until he left campus […]

Of Kikuyus and alcohol

July 3, 2015 2

This is the Kikuyu community brewing industry narrative – wisdom I got from Fr. Dr. Dominic Wamugunda wa Kimani when he used to teach me at UoN. It goes down this way: Mwai – One […]

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