Words that get you thinking.
  1. Joab Apollo: Stop sexually objectifying fellow women

    The message they send is that issue-based politics is now a thing of the past.

    Catherine Waruguru
  2. Irungu Nyakera: Without cartels, we’d have a ‘tea story’ in every cash crop

    We need to sit down and rethink the value chain.

    Peter Munya with KTDA's Dr Wesley Koech
  3. Ngure Kamau: As Chinua would say, trouble with our politicians

    Our politicians do not play politics in the interests of the nation but to advance their selfish interests.

    Chinua Achebe
  4. Surjit Flora: Omicron - Keep it brief

    The potent and nasty coronavirus could dominate the world.

    Face Mask
  5. Vincent Maosa: Eschew inflammatory rhetoric to prevent intolerance and violence

    History is replete with cases where inflammatory political rhetoric inflamed passions and triggered savage internecine warfare.

    Leon Mugesera
  6. Mugambi Kiai: Convicting Linturi will be a Sisyphean task, but Kenya has already won the moral battle

    The legal definition of hate speech is inelegant and as clear as mud.

    Mithika Linturi
  7. Anyang Nyong’o: Why I harboured no grudge against Njonjo despite the atrocities I faced when he was AG

    We as progressives don’t hold our tormentors in perpetual jeopardy when they come sincerely repenting.

    Charles Njonjo
  8. Gerry Loughran: Brighter signs ahead … and a nation crosses its fingers

    The talk is of pandemic conditions becoming endemic, that is, something like the flu.

    FFP2 protective face mask
  9. Kivutha Kibwana: Hate speech and incitement - calling our country to order

    The parliamentarian’s choice of words evoked earlier harrowing memories.

    Hate speech
  10. Otieno Otieno: Bar hate-mongers from vying in August elections

    The NCIC has yet to secure a single conviction in high-profile cases since its establishment.

    Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia


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