This goes to all first and second-year students on session, it has come to the attention of the outgoing fourth-year students that a section of dissatisfied students wants to cause mayhem and chaos during the forthcoming SC elections this Friday in the name of being sidelined or rather leaders being pushed down their throats by […]

The Kenya Young parliamentarians association in collaboration with the Luminous movement of Kenya held an event yesterday at St. Andrews youth hall Nairobi. The theme of the conference was to give comrades a quorum to rent out legislative laws that they felt undermined democracy in universities. The conference went further ahead to drive on the […]

Prof. Joseph Ouma Muga’s plight has been highlighted on several occasions and the worst of his condition is now his admission at low-level Kikuyu Hospital. To start with Prof. is a complete man wearing many hats. He has 2 sons and a daughter whom he took to School and are highly placed in different fields […]

According to a survey by Brandshop in 2016, 90% of US consumers prefer to buy goods directly from the manufacturer if they could. Globally, the idea of selling directly to consumers is still nascent but it will soon become the new frontier in retail and manufacturing. We already see a trend where giant multinationals are acquiring […]

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 […]

It seems the Ministry of Education is not interested in resolving the lecturers strike, having refused to table the counter offer at the meeting with UASU officials yesterday. Our children are rotting away at home. Who will save us? Kindly post this message so that the country and in particular the 600,000 university students can […]

“One of the great liabilities of history is that all too many people fail to remain awake through great periods of social change. Every society has its protectors of status quo and its fraternities of the indifferent who are notorious for sleeping through revolutions. Today, our very survival depends on our ability to stay awake, […]

Increased productivity, happiness, and growth in a workplace. How the next great companies will be managed. This April marks the tenth month since I started working in a real world — away from school. For that period I’ve learnt a lot of things, both positive and constructive. A lot of new and great skills. But most […]

It would be very interesting if men were the ones who got pregnant as I am sure that would have resulted in medical insurance policies being more sensibly structured as opposed to what we have currently. When my wife got pregnant was the first time I seriously interrogated a health insurance policy, as with many […]

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