1. Climate change: Teachers, chiefs our hope

    GMOs are a lazy man’s response to climate change.

  2. Uprooting baobab to ‘preserve’ is wrong

    Baobabs have a lifespan of about 3,000 years and numerous economic values, including medicinal ones.

    Baobab tree
  3. Time ripe for ‘Health Service Commission’

    The health sector is in need of a “radical surgery”.

    Susan Nakhumicha Wafula CS Health photo
  4. Inspect all buildings, demolish shaky ones

    A multi-agency examination committee should be established and mandated with verifying the safety of buildings.

    Ruaka building
  5. Train Kenyans on how to utilise funds

    A majority of Kenyans have expressed dissatisfaction over the amount being offered.

    Deputy President William Ruto address believers at Nyayo National stadium during a prayer service.
  6. Step up efforts to curb building collapse

    If there are no robust measures to stop the trend, then that will be a ‘pandemic’ in the making.

    collapsed building in Kasarani
  7. Writer of tea reforms article got it wrong

    The article didn't say illegal leadership changes happened last year in KTDA and KTDA-managed factories.

    President William Ruto flagging off value-added tea to Accra, Ghana.
  8. Let new brooms at security HQ sweep clean

    Kenyans have a right to good policing, which they pay for through taxes. Police must do their work.

    Japhet Koome
  9. Find lasting solution to annual drought

    Declaring drought as a national disaster and even holding fund-raisers is not a solution.

    Members of the public wait for their rations of relief food
  10. Stop the gaming addiction among Gen Z

    The state should make counselling services easily accessible to Gen Z who show signs of gaming addiction.



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