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    Nick Mwendwa coup a blessing for football…Hongera CS Amina

    I’m starting to feel that the coup by the Cabinet Secretary for Sports on FKF president Nick Mwendwa is a blessing for football, if the leaked Care Taker Committee budget is anything to go by. According to the budget, shared by Progressive Party Leader Herbert Mwachiro, in one of the WhatsApp groups. CS Amina is […] More

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    Raila Says He Was Ready To Sell Mandazis In Slams Because Of Ruto

    ODM leader Raila Odinga, on Wednesday, revealed that he was ready to go back to the streets to sell mandazis for survival after Deputy President William Ruto and his allies accused him of betraying the Kalenjin community. Speaking to various Kalenjin radio stations, Raila noted that his political opponents from Rift Valley accused him of […] More

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    OPINION The 14 million votes theory; a ticking time-bomb that IEBC must avoid

    Although for some time now there have been fears that the country might witness chaos come next year’s general elections, it is likely that peace (or lack thereof) will depend on the figures that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission will release in their final list of registered voters. The exercise itself (Mass Voter Registration) […] More

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    OPINION: Reasons Why Raila Might Beat DP Ruto In 2022 General Polls

    As 2022 politics takes shape, several political leaders have pledged their allegiance to different political leaders who they believe will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in the fast approaching 2022 general polls. However, opinions have it that Deputy President William Ruto who has declared his interest to go for the country’s topmost seat might lose the […] More

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    OPINION; Ruto’s rivals biggest blunder is thinking his supporters are fools- they’re actually sly!

    The biggest difference between Communist leaders such as Lenin, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Stalin, and our very own self-proclaimed hustler William Ruto is that the Communist leaders had succeeded in convincing their naïve and poor followers that they had their best interests at heart. In Ruto’s case however, two stark differences emerge; first, while Ruto […] More

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    How ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Paul Rusesabagina was silenced

    Continued international support has allowed Rwanda’s President Kagame to target political rivals and independent voices with impunity. In my small library in London is a gifted copy of An Ordinary Man – an unforgettable memoir by the Hotel Rwanda hero, Paul Rusesabagina. Signed with a shaky hand, Rusesabagina offered a life-changing, and now worrying, piece of wisdom. […] More

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    Why did the Afghan army collapse so fast?

    On August 15, the Taliban captured the Afghan capital Kabul and declared the war in Afghanistan over. The lightning speed with which the group made major territorial gains as the Afghan National Defence Security Forces (ANDSF) retreated without putting up a fight shocked many. Over the last 20 years, the US spent more than $83bn […] More