August poll is battle between reformists, reactionaries
Raila and Karua have vehemently fought against the centralisation of power
The Court of Appeal’s judgment opened the way for future CDF Acts, and maybe other laws, to nibble away at devolution.
President Joe Biden signs an order authorising hundreds of US special forces to be sent back to Somalia
Sheikh Mohamud insists Kenya and Somalia are joined at the hip and thus are inseparable.
After scoring his First Class Honours in Economics, and teaching at Makerere, Kibaki returned to Kenya to join politics
A rigmarole dream for the Mulembe nation during sabbatical
Will the courts finally say “Enough is enough” and uphold Justice Mwita’s ruling?
Among the beneficiaries are future leaders, influencers, decision and opinion makers and policy formulators
The election coincides with the anniversary of the Somali Youth League, the first Somali political party
After UhuRuto, candidates have to be alive to the dangers of strong personalities outshining them in office
The way the presidential aspirants navigate this issue will determine their success or loss in August polls
But has an abiding interest in supporting the election and the constitutional right of all eligible Kenyans to vote.
Individuals who avoid legitimate financial systems and overlook best financial practices are criminals
The number of independents speaks more to the level of disillusionment with the conduct of party primaries