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Watching that sit down a few weeks ago made me quite sad. The president, “prolific journalists” and baseless questions. All I saw was four guys fixed up with questions on topics that have been making headlines all year round only to get clear articulate answers from the president. You could tell they were defeated by […]

I have never had such mad respect for graduates as I have for them now. The amount of work put into the last year of study is just immense and calls for high discipline, drive and motivation. Teamwork is irrefutably core in these desperate times and so do not be cheated that you have the […]

Let me just make it clear that there are many things that scare me in life, like the thought of being hit by a car when am perfectly away from the road. Yes, it happens. So in that case, I ensure that I keep away from horror films at all times. When I first started […]

I am getting my own place!! This is the first instinct of many if not all the students after joining campus. It is like a rite of passage. One month into the hostels and you are done, convinced to the core that it is chaotic and no place for the easy chilled self you are. […]

I envisage our generation going down in history and grave as the generation that never brought any significant social change in Kenya, even the world! In the late 1960s and 1990s students all over planet earth rose, stood for and fought for a variety of rights and freedoms and consequently liberated themselves from various forms […]

The intermittent and perpetual cases of grand if not mega corruptions in the Kenyan government such as the two NYS scandals, Health scandal, Maize scandal, Oil pipeline scandal, Kenya Power scandal just to mention a few and its seemingly failure to seal the loopholes that give leverage for scrupulous individuals to ‘’import” contraband/illicit and harmful […]

In a move that should not surprise anyone, the Jubilee government wants the Public Service Commission (PSC) given the mandate to employ VCs, deputy VCs and principals of constituent colleges. This will reduce councils’ role to mere ‘mascots’ in running universities and will further undermine the autonomy of universities in Kenya. The increased politicisation and invasive State interference was […]

What is happening in East Africa? It has only been a couple of weeks since the government of Uganda imposed a law on taxation on the use of social media in a bid to raise revenue for the government. Some critics say that this is only a way to cripple the criticism over the current […]

Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba Group, a Chinese multinational e-commerce, retail, Internet, artificial intelligence [AI], and technology company isn’t always on the radar of bitcoin or cryptocurrencies. Contrastingly, lately, he has shown much interest and belief in the blockchain technology. Jack Ma doesn’t believe that blockchain is a rich source of desired money that […]

The Commission for University Education(CUE) has recommended massive changes to the structure of Kenya universities which, if adopted, may see some closed. As Nation reports, CUE has proposed the merger of several universities or closure of some since many have become unsustainable. In one of the far-reaching proposals, the commission wants the creation of a […]


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