Words that get you thinking.
  1. Mutuma Mathiu: Road discipline sorely lacking

    Our roads are virtually unusable; most drivers are incompetent.

    Traffic Jam
  2. Charles Onyango-Obbo: Who’ll govern all these Kenyas?

    While politics elsewhere tends to revolve around personalities, in Kenya it gets very granular.

    Uhuru Kenyatta
  3. Peter Mwaura: Readers have their say

    The commonly misused words include avail, shambles and will.

    Daily Nation newspaper reader
  4. Peter Mwaura: Is the editor allowed to change contents of your article freely?

    A professional editor nearly always improves the article and makes it more attractive to the reader

    Dailt Nation
  5. Jaindi Kisero: Hunt for thieves in debt register

    Kenyans could be quite exposed and vulnerable to hidden external debts in our records as we do a very poor job at recording and reporting external debt data.

    Ukur Yattani
  6. Bitange Ndemo: Lessons for the world from events in US

    The US has demonstrated the need to build resilient institutions as they are key to protecting individual liberties.

    US Capitol protests
  7. Macharia Gaitho: Case for ‘Kenya We Want’ convention

    The political noise generated over the week stands as proof that Kenya is in urgent need of national dialogue.

    Uhuru, Raila, Ruto
  8. Kaltum Guyo: Can Africans impeach a president?

    African dictators plundered their countries’ resources and killed, raped and maimed to hang on to power.

    Trump impeachment
  9. Makau Mutua: Trump, the seditious president

    President Donald Trump – the symbol of American sovereignty – fomented and led an insurrection against the Capitol this past week.

    Donald Trump
  10. Peter Kagwanja: High stakes for Mt Kenya region as Uhuru battles twin Jubilee revolt

    Nearly 570 days to the 2022 election, President Kenyatta faces two interlinked rebellions in Jubilee.

     Uhuru Kenyatta

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