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By Isaac Mumo For the last several elections, 70% of Kenyans blindly make decisions on the choice of their leaders. This has been confirmed by the Kenyans themselves. In their communication, you can directly detect that something is going wrong with the governance system. However, they should blame nobody else but themselves for they have …

Worth Noting: For the dams, reports indicated that Sh21 billions of Sh63 billions set aside for the building of three dams in North and South Rift Valley was embezzled. The DP had disputed the amount, stating only Sh7 billion was missing. This prompted former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to pose.  How did he know? Is …

By Sharon.A. Owino National Boss Day or Boss’s Day is celebrated on 16th October to appreciate the work of employers. The day is also acknowledging the work, dedication, and challenges faced by managers or superiors in an organization. Managers are uniquely positioned through direct daily employee contact to respond to employees needs, problems, and satisfaction. …

By Gregory Luvari Admittedly, social networks have become an indispensable part of human life. On one hand such networks as Facebook provide many great opportunities to communicate and share opinions. On the other hand, Social media may lead to many negative outcomes. Almost unlimited to access to information often becomes a great problem to personal …

By: Emmaculate Njue Nobody chooses where to be born that is why we have people more privileged than others. We can take an example of kids that have been raised by single parents. They suffer emotional, social and physical stress and that is why I find it a total nightmare when society treats them unfair …

Worth Noting: Although he has many aspirations in this life, he intends to leave a mark on the face of earth with every piece that he does. This is why he sees himself in the future selling his cartoons to leading media houses globally because he wants to spread his wings as far as they …

By Candy Okochil  Mention one student or just a person who had been in a Kenyan highschool and didn’t like ‘Mkate’. I bet there isn’t any, right? Well, that’s because that meal felt God sent. It meant so much that it was worth fighting for with mates. Yes! Am simply talking about bread. And there …

By: Mark Mwaniki The other day, a Facebook user by the name Collins Wanderi lashed out at an unbecoming behavior by some youth in Kenya. In his post, he wrote about how a private consulting firm had shortlisted 14 candidates to fill three positions to manage a new client’s account. The candidates were informed that …

By Nabungolo Brian bsnabungolo@gmail.com In the recent weeks, we have witnessed how campus relationships have turned sour leading to lovers killing each other.  Such stories justify how our society is fast drifting away from truth and honesty, with infidelity and shortcuts being the means to construct short-lived hearts of love between love birds. A recent …

Worth Noting: He made this decision after media reports exposed the fuel cartels who were making billions of shillings through the siphoning of fuel. It had been alleged that a hole drilled from the Kenya pipeline at Athi River was being used to scoop the fuel. The pipeline is computerized all the way from Mombasa. …