KENYANISM, DEADLINES & NUMBERS

What brings us together as Kenyans majorly lies with Football and Deadlines. Kenyans love Deadlines and Deadlines love them back. They love working with each other most of the times too. Speaking of Deadlines they should be part of our National symbols and even entrenched in the Loyalty Pledge. Wait! Do kids still recite the... Continue Reading →

THE MAN WHO MADE THE REST OF US LOOK BAD

I wrote this article with a very heavy heart. Saddened and shocked by this rare piece of two legged animal disguising as a male human being. So, last week we were treated with a gruesome news item of a battered woman one Ruth Gakii formerly married to a UNEP working guy, Alphonse Kambu. I watched... Continue Reading →

147 VICTIMS OF A RELIGION

So, last Thursday, several terrorists descended on the only public university in Northern Kenya and within hours, ( read, Kenya's unpreparedness) wiped out 147 young men and women, full of life. Its very costly for a nation to lose young people. It was more disheartening to fathom that they were shot dead for having different... Continue Reading →

A BADLY WOUNDED NATION

Yesterday Kenya marked her 51stJamhuri day commemorating the day we officially became a republic country. Figuratively it should be a time to reflect our journey of freedom, civilization and challenges that we have overtime surmounted and persistently daring to overcome through established institutions and rule of law. That’s the ideal situation; however my personal opinion... Continue Reading →

BESIDES STRIPPING WOMEN

Listening to one of the morning shows on radio, Dj Adrian, a resident ‘mix master’ in that media house quipped, “How long would be the distance from the beaches along the Indian Ocean, for one to be assumed she has crossed the red line of decency?” In one of the recent articles I penned down,... Continue Reading →

THE NOSTALGIC WEEK

My waking up on Thursday morning coincided with the President’s plane taxing along the runaway of JKIA. He was finally back or so were the screaming headlines from most TV screens. Given that we are a reactionary country, somehow traffic along the busy highways of Nairobi was affected in the very peculiar way, a whole... Continue Reading →

‘POLICE RECRUITMENT’ – KARMA IS A BITCH

It came as a great relief to many when the National Police Service Commission announced plans to recruit 10,000 police officers. Many patriotic and concerned Kenyans were at least impressed by the efforts the government was making towards achieving the recommended ratio of police to citizens which stands at 1:450. Another age group  was rejoicing... Continue Reading →

MATTERS SECURITY; THE HARD REALITY

From subtle terrorists to petty offenders, from high end suburbs down to the slums we are sitting ducks surviving at the mercy of experienced criminals and delinquents. As the sun rises and falls so do they sharpen their skills waiting to capitalise on our laid back attitudes which the security agencies do little to mitigate.... Continue Reading →

EXITS KIBAKI; ENTERS UHURU

One thing you quickly notice with these two gentlemen is that they do not have christian names, one is a contrast of the other from age, character to background but somehow intertwined by nature's humour and history.Kibaki who apparently bestows a laid back character has unquestionable intelligence that ultimately made him dust off his pauper... Continue Reading →

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