Kenyan schools are very unequal and so there cannot be blanket rules for post-Covid era.
Counties shutdown can harm economic growth and certainty.
Most Kenyans believe that writing a will is inviting a bad omen, calling for early death.
Conceived like a criminal enterprise.
Where did the money go yet schools were closed?
They say treat people well on your way up because you might need them on your way down.
MES could be one of the biggest scandals in the country
Standing Orders give them immunity on the floor of the House as they perform their duties.
Memories of the 2007-08 post-election violence are still fresh.
There is no devolution without resources; House must rise to the occasion.
The Warehouse Receipt System will benefit farmers because they can choose whether to sell at today's price or hold on ...
The Lamu Coal Power Project would have relied on imported South African coal. Exploiting the Mui Basin for power ...
Life is back to normal all over the country, with all caution thrown to the wind.
The bitter Jubilee war of words is distracting the party from the real business of government
Publicising the date of registration of a company will give a clue as to whether it is a briefcase company or not.
Kenya will need tough negotiators to manage American demands in the ongoing free trade talks
This is not only just a matter of the possible loss of billions, this touches on the lives of millions of Kenyans.
Let funding of students in private universities be phased out, as proposed by the UFB, but retain sponsorship for ...
Kenyan maize farmers will not be able to compete with giant low-cost American farms.
Education CS is considering re-opening tertiary colleges in September but he should also consider allowing primary and ...
18 September 2020