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DPP Haji: The Victor Wanyama of the fight against corruption

The popular English Premier League has an array of skillful attacking midfielders gifted in technique and flair who are a joy to watch as they are the core of their teams. Likewise there are a...

War on Corruption: Putting Mother Kenya First

Among all characteristics we value a friend or partner, loyalty is often comes first. Most things can be forgiven if they were driven by loyalty, while there are few insults worse than to be...

President Uhuru urged to ignore critics in graft fight

For an anti-graft fight to have any credibility it must be apolitical. When leaders use the premise of fighting corruption to go after political rivals, it does untold damage to the overall battle against...

Diplomatic staffing in advancement of Kenya’s national interest

Writing for Politico, ‘Russian diplomats are eating American lunch’ in April 2014, James Bruno examined the diplomatic power relationship between the United States and Russia. Like many journalists and diplomatic scholars in western capitals, Bruno...
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Making Kenyan history

We have a rich history, full of creativity, full of accomplishments. Long prior to the Bantu expansion across our part of Africa, homo sapiens had been settled in these lands for millennia. Lake Turkana shows signs...

When fighting graft, Unity is Strength

“Umoja ni nguvu, utengano ni udhaifu” (Unity is strength, division is weakness) Even now, six months on, it is still hard to believe it happened. With one handshake, Uhuru and Raila, Kenya’s Barcelona and Real Madrid,...

The Dangers of Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata, “there are no problems”, was popularised by the ‘90s Disney film, The Lion King. This phrase, beyond helping our tourism numbers and putting Simba on the map, is dangerous. I’ll explain why.  The “there...

Lifestyle audit on Public officers: No pain, no gain

The idea that a certain degree of suffering is necessary in order to succeed is as old as time itself. Two millennia ago, the Jewish religious tradition records a well-known rabbi explaining that “according to...

We can no longer be deaf or blind to corruption

There is a well-known English proverb with biblical origins that says: “None so deaf as those that will not hear, none so blind as those that will not see.” It means that the most deluded...

The fight against corruption is a marathon not a sprint

It’s well-known globally that Kenyan athletes over the years excel at long distance races and not the short distance races.   Once again Kenya went home with a massive medal haul at the African Athletics...
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