Opinion Editorial

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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...

Legitimacy of Uhuru’s re-election is firm and secure

It is such a big sigh of relief that the repeat election is now done and dusted. Given the poisoned political environment, doubts had been raised if the polls would happen at all. For those...

NASA is finished politically, after election withdrawal

Since the National Super Alliance (NASA) withdrew from the October 26th fresh election and after the poll, the alliance has not announced any tangible next course of action for its supporters. After failing to stifle...

Raila’s time in politics is up, he should retire

It is hard to comprehend what is going through NASA leader Raila Odinga’s mind. Regret? Bitterness? Confusion?  Paranoia? Shaken from what he was witnessing unfold right before his eyes, Raila gave an interview with CNN...

Kenyans should never entertain talks on NRM

NASA leader Raila Odinga’s desperate attempt to form the National Resistance Movement (NRM) should not be surprise as he knew he would lose in the fresh Presidential election. I guess anyone with an inkling of...

MPs drop clause limiting candidates for fresh presidential poll

The Jubilee dominated adhoc committee has dropped the clause limiting participants of repeat presidential elections. If the law is adopted before 26th October any candidate will be legible to challenge President Uhuru Kenyatta in...
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