Why Jubilee and NASA are Leading Kenyans to their Political Graves

The Supreme Court of Kenya delivered a historic ruling that nullified the August 8 elections. As usual, the case has had its detractors from...

Some Common Terms Used in the Kenyan Constitution

The Constitution of Kenya contains some terms that enable Kenyans to interpret it. This article explores some of these terms and their definitions. Definition of...

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...

Why Many Politicians Dislike Opinion Polls in Kenya

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

How Kenyan Politicians Promote and Lie about Tribalism in Kenya

Most people blame tribalism in Kenya for the country’s failure to progress. Other factors include corruption and bad leadership. Tribalism in Kenya arises when one...

Three Issues that Remain Unsolved Since the Collapse of ICC Cases

ICC’s Senior Trial Lawyer Anton Steynberg expressed the regret that the court's prosecution had over the collapse of the Kenyan cases. Speaking in Arusha, Steynberg...

How Colonial Policies and Practices Led to Land Injustices in Kenya

Before we look at the land injustices in Kenya, let us talk about land facts in the country. Kenya has a land size of about...

How Uhuru and Ruto have Forsaken the Youth in Public Appointments

The Uhuru and Ruto government first appointed old guard to plum state jobs. They ignored qualified and experienced young people and young professionals. Yet, to...

The Four Types of Election Technology Used by IEBC

IEBC has deployed various forms of election technology to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the electoral process. Section 44 of the Election Act 2011...

How To Become A Member Of Parliament in Kenya

Kenyans in every constituency elect a Member of Parliament every five years. Article 1 of the Constitution says that all sovereign power belongs to...

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