Words that get you thinking.
  1. Patricia Scotland: Let us not sleepwalk into a learning crisis amid Covid

    The pandemic has offered a window of opportunity to prioritise investment in people by building resilient and equitable education systems.

    Elburgon Secondary School
  2. Dennis Abuya: Plan well to create liveable communes

    It is every planner’s joy and pursuit for happiness to see urban success with high level of independence and multiple creativity.

    Nairobi Expressway
  3. Wornicks Gisemba: Let sponsors chip in to keep schools afloat

    To ease congestion in public schools, the government should offer financial aid for the revival of closed private schools.

    Kakamega Primary School
  4. Sophia Yiega: Education can end poverty

    This week’s Global Education Summit was an opportunity to urge world leaders to invest in getting children into school.

    Global Education Summit
  5. Lawrence Mwenda: Censor child’s online forays for their safety

    We should explain in detail to children why they should not expose themselves to certain platforms.

    Children using a computer
  6. Dollarman Fatinato: To deter NCDs, mind the youth and adolescents

    Now is the time for the country to implement a full range of prevention strategies.

  7. Timothy Samson Ayuo: Why cybercrimes are also crimes against humanity

    Cybercrime can be viewed as an umbrella term for computer-assisted crime.

  8. Joseph G. Muthama: Jubilee reforms overdue

    Since the March 2018 ‘Handshake’ between Uhuru and Raila, Jubilee has been in disarray.

    Jubilee Party officials
  9. Patricia Scotland: Even with Covid-19 obstacles, let’s not sleepwalk into learning crisis

    The world needs a bold, fresh and evidence-based vision for education.

    Pupils learning
  10. Edward Kahuthia: African Court did not say we postpone elections

    The point of departure is a clarification of the court’s determination.

    Voting in Kiambaa


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