Proposed law could take us back to the dark days

I was alarmed to read an article in this newspaper on Wednesday that said Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i may soon access mobile phone data from any individual suspected of spying for a foreign power without a court warrant as the State switches gear in the fight against cyber espionage. I was shocked by this …

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Why I will vote in August

On January 18th, I spoke about why I felt that it was so much harder for me to get to the polling booth this year. I still feel the same way – and I have even found many more reasons why I should stay in bed on August 7th, but I know I will wake …

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Make the anti-terror bill better and we will support it.

One cannot envy President Uhuru Kenyatta and the security apparatus that he supervises on our behalf. They have been dealt a very tough hand in the form of terror. In the old days, war and civil conflict was well defined. Armies would meet at designated places, away from the civil population and fight it out. …

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