To what depths would Ruto go to gain power?

The recent and ongoing firearms scandal concerning former CS Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa and the involvement of the Deputy President’s office through his office and his own security detail has elicited a plethora of views and speculations as Kenyans try to...

Bootless show of defence; What is Ruto still doing in office?

He labelled it as ‘hearsay’, ‘propaganda’, maligning and all sorts of names that were meant to sanitize himself from the Sh39.5 billion scandal. Well played out, almost meticulously but not good enough. Somewhere along the way, doubts from the ‘victims’ emerged. Money...

Judiciary has shut its doors on Kenyans

Victims of human carelessness, murders, land atrocities, sexual violence, land injustices, victims of theft, robbery with violence, and victims of corruption; the country is filled with Kenyans who have lost hope in the justice system. Denied rights and freedoms,...

Let bygones be bygones; Moi was Kenya’s pillar of stability under his rule

Astute leader, a patriot, a Pan-Africanist, a humble man with a tremendous capacity to reconcile, a father and a mentor in equal measure; the late former President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi touched the hearts of many, in good and in bad. He groomed leaders having been...

Uhuru orders Ruto to dissolve Tanga tanga faction

President Uhuru Kenyatta has moved to end factional fighting in his Jubilee party by ordering top officials to convene a meeting of MPs and Senators on Friday this week. Sources reported that Uhuru directed Deputy President William Ruto, who is the deputy Party...

Towards economic prosperity: The resultant domino effect of the handshake

A pat on the back, a show of confidence that indeed Kenya is on the right path. With the workings of the handshake, the country is forging ahead in its quest towards economic empowerment, peace and political stability. The show of commitment demonstrated by President...

Treacherous leaders: When the corrupt are watching over the corrupt…

It was a day of reckoning for the corrupt former Governor Ferdinand Waititu, but he thought otherwise having made frantic calls to who knows who. This was a reflection of what should happen to incompetent leaders who are out to engage in corrupt activities denying...

IT OFFICIAL: Few days after sacking, Kiunjuri now joins Tangatanga

Sacked Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri has officially joined Deputy President Dr William Ruto’s Tangatanga faction after his  dismissal from the Cabinet. Kiunjuri lashed out at the Government for cracking down on Tangatanga leaders for opposing the...

Billions stolen, yet Ruto is still yearning for more

A man of deceit and deception Ruto began, was duly trained and mentored on how to steal from the public without being traced. He carefully learnt that in order to steal from your enemy, you must first not appear as an enemy but a friend. Additionally, for it to be...

Tangatanga’s seven point presser; the referendum is unstoppable

Tangatanga’s presser today left Kenyans with more questions than answers. Was it a case of ‘if you cannot beat them join them or the proverbial ‘the devil is in the details'? Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen on Tuesday, January 21, announced that all Jubilee...

To what depths would Ruto go to gain power?

The recent and ongoing firearms scandal concerning former CS Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa and the involvement of the Deputy President’s office through his office and his own security detail has elicited a plethora of views and speculations as Kenyans try to...

Bootless show of defence; What is Ruto still doing in office?

He labelled it as ‘hearsay’, ‘propaganda’, maligning and all sorts of names that were meant to sanitize himself from the Sh39.5 billion scandal. Well played out, almost meticulously but not good enough. Somewhere along the way, doubts from the ‘victims’ emerged. Money...

Judiciary has shut its doors on Kenyans

Victims of human carelessness, murders, land atrocities, sexual violence, land injustices, victims of theft, robbery with violence, and victims of corruption; the country is filled with Kenyans who have lost hope in the justice system. Denied rights and freedoms,...

Billions stolen, yet Ruto is still yearning for more

A man of deceit and deception Ruto began, was duly trained and mentored on how to steal from the public without being traced. He carefully learnt that in order to steal from your enemy, you must first not appear as an enemy but a friend. Additionally, for it to be...