Opinion Editorial

"The views expressed in this article are his own and don't necessarily reflect KBC's opinion"

Kenya’s economy to blossom under Uhuru’s second term

As president Uhuru Kenyatta begins his second and last term as head of state, we can look forward with hope on the plans he has for the country. Jubilee’s second term in power will propel...

Opposition is in disarray after Presidential election loss

Cracks are emerging at the National Super Alliance (NASA) just as many pundits had predicted will happen sooner rather than later. That a major partner has come out so soon after the October 26 presidential...

Political stability key for development in the Country

Kenya’s post-independence history can be loosely segmented into three phases – the immediate post-Independence phase, Second Liberation and development/economy phase. Founding President Jomo Kenyatta came up with the clarion call harambee (let’s pull together) to...

Nasa withdrawal from repeat poll was ill advised

National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga’s withdrawal from the October 26 fresh presidential election was the worst mistake he has ever made in his 23 years in politics. But it appears the mistake...

Nasa swearing in threats ‘tantamount to a coup’

The opposition coalition, NASA has threatened to stage a simultaneous swearing in of its presidential candidate Raila Odinga. This declaration is not only ill-informed but also quite disturbing. The first question that pops up is...

Let’s go back to work, build the nation

After months of highly divisive campaigns, a most contested General Election in the country’s history, a charged repeat presidential poll and tumultuous moments of political uncertainty, Kenya can now look forward to a return...

The media must expose politicians fueling ethnic war

Kawangware in Nairobi has been the ugly face of the bruising political battles that the country has undergone in the past one month. Even now, there is still an uneasy calm in the cosmopolitan slum...

Election protests and Violence hurting Kenyan economy

The effects of the violence triggered by the dispute over the presidential polls have been felt far and wide. The national economy has been shaken and it could take a little while before it...

Time is ripe for Raila to retire honourably

If there is one thing Thursday’s election should be remembered for, it has to be how they humbled Kenya’s so called doyen of opposition politics, the man many love to call Baba. For decades, NASA...

The Constitution envisages for equal rights for Kenyans

Every Kenyan has various rights as enshrined in the constitution; the right to life, the right to own property legally, right to information and right to hold a peaceful assembly, among many others. However, it...
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