To vote or not… that is not the question.

Chances are reasonably high that I will vote in Kenya’s general election this year. In all other elections at which I cast my ballot, there has never been doubt that I would go to the polls bright and early, enthusiastically queue in the hot sun and carefully choose my next representative. Not so in this …

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Naivasha Tragedy: We are full of shit.

40 people lost their lives in one place, at almost the same time – for most of them, minutes apart. Their lives literally went up in smoke at Karai, leaving countless others bereft. From that horrific event, the news took a predictable turn. That road is being featured for the second time in a few …

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Of bored youth and the rise of pedestrianism

Today I had the good fortune of spending some quality time with a young lady who I work with closely. In the discussion that we had, I learnt that we as a country (and maybe globally) – certainly those of us getting on with age (30 is really the beginning of the end according to …

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