1. Macharia Gaitho: Two men can’t hold us hostage

    We have it within our powers as citizens and voters to call both men to heel.

    Ruto Raila
  2. Kaltum Guyo: Prison system outdated, punitive

    As Kenya plans to decongest prisons, ask whether every criminal needs to be in prison in the first place.

    Prisons bus
  3. Makau Mutua: The Nairobi kiosk menace

    Governor Sakaja Johnson and his mandarins are either complicit or completely impotent. The County Assembly is mute and unable to act.

    Johnson Sakaja
  4. Sam Wambugu: AI bringing sweeping changes to varsities

    AI has already begun to reshape the learning landscape, providing personalised experiences tailored to individual students.

    Artificial Intelligence
  5. Gitau Warigi: There’s something fishy in the mad scramble for Jubilee Party

    Politicians who don’t belong to Jubilee but have been commenting volubly on why Uhuru must retire don’t have the locus standi to, frankly.

    Jubilee Party Leader and former President Uhuru Kenyatta
  6. Tom Mshindi: Commodities exchange could stimulate the economy

    An ideal approach is one that allows the private sector to lead the process of creating and managing a commodities exchange with firm support from the government.

    William Ruto
  7. Sunny Bindra: To become better citizens of this planet we must end the delusion that we’re special

    We are narrow and selfish because we are deluded, not because it is our natural state

    Thinking man
  8. Irungu Kang'ata: Three ways to end dynasties for good

    Ruto now needs to institutionalise that banishing to ensure Uhuru stays out of Kenyan politics.

    president william ruto
  9. Peter Kagwanja: Jubilee woes reveal the perils of entrepreneurial politics

    A new class consciousness signified by the ‘hustler-dynasty’ (poor-rich) mantra trumped ethnic-based cronyism as the axis about which electoral politics revolved.

  10. Gerry Loughran: Parliament risks burning down as decaying fabric falls apart

    Governments in the Houses of Parliament have often been criticised for decisions taken there and MPs pilloried for their conduct and the level of debate.

    House of Commons


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