Politics

The member of parliament for Embakasi East constituency and former UON student leader Hon Babu Owino has petitioned parliament to repeal Universities (amendment act) that was signed in to law by President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2016. The act resulted in a change in student leadership structure and the election process, that has seen student leaders […]

Finally, a dawn of new leadership in the institution was revealed yesterday on 17th October 2018 born of hefty campaigns with the final results of the newly elected leadership being announced at 3 am the next day, 18th October 2018. Just like a normal and typical Kenya election period, nothing was different in the in […]

The enactment of the Universities (Amendment) Act, 2016 was gazette and consequently came into force on 13th  January 2017. This Act brought a lot of uproar among the universities’ students especially those that are deeply involved in matters political. A prima facie (A face value), look at the Act may just look like just another […]

It is just a normal Friday afternoon at Kenyatta University Parklands Campus, where the School of Law is housed. It would take a very keen eye to know that it is that time of the semester where the students vote in their leaders. With only two banners up and a few posters here and there, […]

It’s just last Friday that some of the aspirants got nomination tickets for campaigning towards the upcoming elections. It may seem like a smooth ride but no; it’s another procedural affair that at times creates a vacuum of anxiety and tension amongst those aspiring. Before being nominated with a commission that comprises of about 14 persons […]

Elections sessions are critical moments for those vying and their supporters. Unlike the previous electoral system that is voter centred, Kenyatta University has a different approach as per the new university elections policy passed by the government. K.U will be implementing their new electoral system that is delegate based. Something similar to the US electoral […]

Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has presented a petition to Parliament that seeks to compel universities to allow suspended and expelled students back to class. In his petition, the legislator argues that some university have handed the harsh punishments to students without fair trial. He also pointed out that most of the institutions usually target […]

I’m convinced beyond any reproach that Governor Waititu, based on his much-publicised remarks on the ongoing demolition of the illegal buildings, is a philosopher whose ideology of how to handle the matter must be falsified and the veracity inherent in it, taken seriously. To understand this line of reasoning, a little explanation as to who […]

The Kenyan politics has taken a direction to vote Bribery and changing that might be a challenge unless a law is passed on the same. Kenyans have taken it as a necessity that for you to vie for any political seat you must give out cash during campaigns (The Gonya Syndrome) however a good leader you might […]

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 […]


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