1. Return of dictatorial chiefs to erode freedoms

    A glimpse into what the Ruto administration could be up to, given by CS Kindiki, shows imminent danger to the reforms Kenyans fought for in the 2010 Constitution.

  2. Strive for exam success

    Thanks to 100 percent transition, all will be promoted to the next stage. However, the quality of performance will determine each candidate’s path in life.

  3. Tap clean cooking energy to save lives 

    Kemri is leading an initiative to prevent harmful chemicals, gases and other pollutants from being ingested through cooking.

  4. Rulings on federations welcome 

    A committee of eight people will be formed to put things in order at Badminton Kenya within three months.

  5. Act firmly, decisively on doping to save local sport

    Let’s not take the concerns of global agencies for granted as we could end up like Russia.

  6. Tighten controls so as to curb land title fraud

    There is a need for sustained monitoring and surveillance and regular audits of the land registries.

  7. Pay teachers' acting allowances

    Those who deserve promotion should be promoted, not asked to act without commensurate pay.

  8. Baobab: Save our heritage

    Laws protecting heritage sites and rare natural resources must be strictly enforced at all times.

  9. Do everything to scuttle absolute majority plot

    Kenya faces a real risk of MPs passing every Bill brought by the government, including bad laws.

  10. COP27: A mixed bag for Africa

    To date, the $100 billion pledged in 2009 by rich countries to support poorer countries remains a pipe dream.


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