Words that get you thinking.
  1. Bankelele: Will Qatar be able to host 1.5 million visitors during World Cup?

    The county will be closed from October to December to all visitors as the county only wishes to handle visitors for the World Cup.

  2. Charles Onyango-Obbo: Kipchoge is larger than sports

    If we all were Kipchoges, we would say Africa will be a world superpower and richest continent, and just do it.

    Eliud Kipchoge
  3. Jaindi Kisero: How we chase away investors

    Wholesale profiling of major diaspora remittance flow corridors must be avoided.

    investor
  4. Macharia Gaitho: Avoid state capture by prophets of doom in ‘holy’ priestly robes

    President Ruto should keep one eye open for preachers who lie to him that his election was anointment from God.

    State House,
  5. Abigail Arunga: Constitution is clear, Kenya is not a Christian state

    Public shows of prayer are pointless if nothing visibly changes for Kenyans.

    Bible prayer photo Christian
  6. Kaltum Guyo: Sever Saudi jobs deal to save lives

    Saudi Arabia is not a country that is known for respect for human rights—least of all, those they deem to be beneath them.

    Ms Diana Chepkemoi, a former domestic worker in Saudi Arabia.
  7. Scheaffer Okore: Public input key to consensus building in Kenyan politics

    While there has been a lot of recalibration of alliances, “across-the-floor” power-sharing seems to have been put aside for now.

    Senators follow proceedings during the induction retreat of the 4th Senate in Naivasha.
  8. Habil Olaka: CRBs don’t blacklist borrowers, they help lenders understand them better 

    Sharing credit information is often misconstrued as a method by which banks deny individuals access to loans.

    Bank notes
  9. Makau Mutua: Four imperatives for Africa’s renaissance

    In its relationships with the world, Africa can no longer be a consumer of the ideas of others.

    EU-AU summit
  10. Sam Wambugu: President Ruto should consider cloud migration

    Cloud providers continuously update their software making it less likely for a hacker to exploit a known vulnerability.

    President William Ruto

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