Why Many Politicians Dislike Opinion Polls in Kenya

Opinion polls in Kenya serve many purposes. Their main purpose is to gauge public perception of certain key identified issues. The pollsters base their...

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Why Many Politicians Dislike Opinion Polls in Kenya

Opinion polls in Kenya serve many purposes. Their main purpose is to gauge public perception of certain key identified issues. The pollsters base their...

Kenya Needs Leaders who can Make Tough Decisions on Impunity

By Bernard AmayaAt independence, the founding fathers diagnosed the challenges facing the young nation of Kenya as disease, ignorance, and poverty.With time, the list...

The Five Types of Elections in Kenya and When they Occur

There are various types of elections in Kenya. According to the handbook on provisions on governance structure and elections in the constitution of Kenya (by Uraia...

The Role of the Witness Protection Agency in Kenya

The Witness Protection Agency in Kenya is a body corporate established under the Witness Protection Act, (Cap 79 Laws of Kenya). It came into...

What we Should Do to Improve the Quality of Graduates in Kenya

By Wandia Njoya, PhDI say often that we should not expect fresh graduates to be workplace ready at all. In addition, no one should...

Ten Reasons Why I Will Not Vote For William Ruto Come 2022

By Koigi wa WamwereThough I am a Kikuyu, I will not vote to give Ruto 20 years in power.Some people say every Kikuyu man...

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Three Reasons Why Secondary School Students are Striking in Kenya

By Eva NchoguI am a teacher in the current education system in a school that always had strikes in the second term. We did not have a strike last year and we are not going to have one this year.As per my informed observation, students, especially those in public...

Duties and Responsibilities of the Attorney General in Kenya

The Office of the Attorney General in Kenya is set up under the Executive Order No.2 of 2013. Further, Article 156 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 and the Office of the Attorney General Act 2012 set out the Constitutional mandate and functions of the Attorney General.According to Article 156, the Attorney General in...

The Role and Functions of the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO)

The Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) is a State Corporation under the Office of the Attorney General and the Department of Justice. It was established by Section 3 of the Copyright Act 2001.The Act mandated the Kenya Copyright Board to administer and enforce copyright and related rights. The Board is responsible...

How the Church in Kenya and Kenyan Politicians are Similar

The church in Kenya and the political establishment are related. They are inseparable and have a symbiotic relationship. The church in Kenya claims to be distinct from politics but it has long been, not a parallel force to politics, but a competitor.There was a time when the (Catholic) church...

The Arms and Structure of the County Government in Kenya

In this article, we look at the structure of the county government in Kenya. The promulgation of the 2010 Constitution created two tiers of government. The first is the national government and the second is the county government.The history of devolution in Kenya shows that it has taken us a...

The Role and Functions of the County Public Service Board in Kenya

The origin of the County Public Service Board is because of Article 235 of the Kenyan Constitution (CoK) 2010. Article 235 contains the provision for the staffing of county governments.According to this law, every county should have its own public service known as the county public service.Article 235 stipulates...

The Functions and Role of the Kenya Law Reform Commission

The role of the Kenya Law Reform Commission (KLRC) is very important. KLRC initially came up in 1982 through the Law Reform Commission Act (Chapter 3 of the laws of Kenya). The Constitution of Kenya 2010 expanded KLRC's mandate under Clause 5(6) (b) of Sixth Schedule.The role of the Kenya Law Reform Commission comes...

How the Counties Spent Your Money in the First Half of FY 2017/18

The Office of the Controller of Budget (OCOB) presents the second County Budget Implementation Review Report (CBIRR) for the Financial Year (FY) 2017/18. The report covers the period from July to December 2017.This report is a part of a series of quarterly reports the OCOB prepares in accordance with...

How the National Government Spent Your Money in the 1st Half of FY 2017/18

The Office of the Controller of Budget (OCOB) presents the National Government Budget Implementation Review Report (BIRR) for the first half of financial year FY 2017/18. The report covers the period from July to December 2017.A financial year in Kenya runs from 1st July of the current year to...

The Role of the Auditor General in Kenya

This article looks at the role of the Auditor General in Kenya. Originally the name of the Office of the Auditor General was the Exchequer and Audit Department. With time, it changed to the Office of the Controller and Auditor-General.During this period, the Office derived its mandate from the Exchequer...

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