SANITIZING CORRUPTION: NATIONAL LAND COMMISSION & RUTO’S WESTON – WHY THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION WILL FLOP

“Anti-Corruption Summit”? – What corruption? That is the question people are asking in reference to the just concluded “event” at “Bomas of Kenya”. “Timing is everything” as age-old proverb goes and timing couldn’t be worse for the summit. Forgive me for being cynical but this is why, almost at the very moment that President Kenyatta,…

TOP FIVE WISHLIST – THE KENYA WE WANT IN 2019 & BEYOND

“A house divided against itself cannot stand”, Kenya has been the epitome of division for quite a long time courtesy of negative ethnicity and bad politics. President Kenyatta has a golden opportunity a golden opportunity to bridge the tribal divide in the country for the greater good of Kenya and to his credit has proactively taken affirmative steps in uniting the country by way of the now famous “handshake” with the “people’s president” Raila Odinga.

BUILDING DEMOLITIONS NOT THE ANSWER

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s renewed fight against corruption in refreshing, commendable and certainly overdue. It proves that the President, contrary to earlier statements that he couldn’t anything more to stop the vice, he actually can and he’s doing it. By and large Kenyans welcome the President’s vigor in getting rid of vice and recovering stolen public…

FRED MATIANG’I LAWLESS CONDUCT IN MIGUNA MIGUNA SAGA YET ANOTHER PROVE THAT HE’S UNFIT FOR PUBLIC OFFICE

When is enough enough? Really, what’s the bottom and how do we, as a country, determine that? Most of us who follow events in Kenya are appalled at the precipitous rate the country is sinking, I just watched Interior Cabined Secretary Fred Matiang’i shirk responsibility before the parliamentary watchdog committee for his role in the…

Partial “Election” Can’t Be Valid – Supreme Court Should Order Supervised Elections

As the Supreme Court grapples with the second petition challenging Uhuru Kenyatta’s “victory” there is clear evidence that this was completely avoidable and the electoral commission failed to mitigate blunders it knew of and acknowledged or should have known of. Commissioner Roselyn Akombe’s resignation and Chairman Wafula Chebukati’s own confession castigating the commission for its…

Jubilee/Iebc Must Not Be Allowed To Bypass Supreme Court Orders

Kenya continues to slide perilously down a self-destructive path wrought by political grandstanding of the three major parties; Uhuru Kenyatta, William Ruto (JUBILEE) and IEBC on one hand and NASA on the other. Since the Supreme Court overturned Kenyatta’s “reelection”. For all practical purposes Kenyatta’s Jubilee and the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are synonymous…