THE EQUIPMENT: Is Deputy President Ruto planning to execute a coup d’état in 2022

As Kenyans train their focus on the shocking details of '23 minutes con game’ at the Harambee Annex Office, which hosts the office of the Deputy President, they may have missed the main point. Apparently, Ruto is no ordinary DP;  Ruto is 'obsessed' with taking over...

Al Shabaab operatives or Al Shabaab sympathizers? The Star Newspaper has lost its grit

Is the Star Newspaper an Al Shabaab operative? Where do they get their intel? That is the question Kenyans are asking. As a Kenyan, it is appalling to see the Star Newspaper promote such derogatory remarks that clearly project a pro Al Shabaab media house meant to...

Securing Kenya: Counterfeit business financing terrorism in Kenya

The ongoing sustained war against counterfeits, contraband and illicit trade in the country by President Uhuru Kenyatta is not about to end. One thing is clear, contraband goods getting through the border are the main cause of terrorism in Northern Kenya. Contraband...

REVELATIONS: How Ruto joined the billionaire’s club with no salary or valid business

In 1996, William Samoei Ruto was a struggling 30-year-old. Then somebody took him to State House one afternoon in 1997 and by the time he went back home that evening, he had eight prime plots worth over Shs 50 million. He has never looked back and is today worth...

FACTS about newly launched SGR Phase 2 A the media will not tell you

Whereas critics have christened this phase of the SGR as “a railroad to nowhere”, the benefits that will accrue from it cannot be overstated. This launch was part of the Kenya Railways Master Plan that sets to transform the national and regional network with a view to...

John DeMatthew: A prophet in life and at death

Just moments before his untimely demise on Sunday evening, Kikuyu benga maestro John DeMathew, fondly referred by his adoring fans as Ithe wa Ciku (Ciku’s dad), urged members of his community to fully support the proposed Constitutional amendments. He said: “As a...