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‘Paro Manyien,’ why a bowler hat will be my Migori governor independent symbol- Okong’o Ja Migori

By Robert Kenedy Okong’o To amplify my image and brand for the August 9 Migori governor race as Independent candidate i, together with my team setteled on two symbols to…

KIDIKIBUDI: Why Elias Okumu is Suna East MP sure bet on August 9 polls

By Olumwa Kidikibudi Has the ground spoken in Migori’s Suna East constituency or it’s the heaven’s responding to cry of wananchi? The latest political forays by city based tycoon Elias…

(LETTERS) KIPNGENO: Climate change could have a great impact in the ecosystem

By Kipngeno Benard Humans are increasingly influencing the climate and the earth’s temperature by burning fossil fuels, cutting down forests and farming activities. This adds enormous amounts of greenhouse gases…

LETTERS: As Taliban buries another empire with US withdrawn, gains of anti-terror war should not be lost

By Kipngeno Benard The Taliban emerged in the civil war that followed the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan in 1989, predominantly in the Kandahar province and the Pakistan border…

Understanding factors fueling the Laikipia insecurity crisis

By Kipngeno Benard For years Laikipia county has been embroiled in conflict caused by clashes between farmers and the various pastoralist groups. In the past few days, houses have been…

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Hon. John Mbadi ‘crushing’ opponents for Homa-bay TOP seat

Homa-Bay politics heating up with ODM Chairman John Mbadi aka Nyang’ exponentially proving to be an apparent heir to the 2022 gubernatorial throne.

LETTERS: Pay teachers better to boost education sector- Calvogudboy

By Calvince Opiyo. Denying teachers a choice for better pay should be a thing of the past if we should have a better education for our children, I believe our…

LETTERS: Gambling menace should be controlled- CALVOGUDBOY

By Opiyo Calvince (Calvogudboy) In the past gambling  was viewed  as an unacceptable  way of life. Gamblers  were viewed  as jobless  people  who gamble to pass time. To my surprise…