Some people might be disappointed by the lack of pomp and color that have always accompanied past announcements, in the releasing of this year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E) RESULTS; but I see this as a welcome move, that has been long overdue for four reasons: To begin with. The hype created by... Continue Reading →
Finally, The security Amendment Bill which was passed by a chaotic, finger-biting and terribly acrimonious Baraza in parliament on 18th December, was signed into law by the president barely 24 hours later. However, the speed with which this piece of legislation was passed into law is so suspicious! The urgency couldn't have only been due... Continue Reading →
THE DRACONIAN PIECE OF LEGISLATION IN PARLIAMENT WILL TAKE US OVER 50 YEARS BACK IN TIME..
"Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely" quipped John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton (1834–1902). The moralist and historian, who was otherwise simply known as Lord Acton, expressed this opinion after making long observations of absolute monarchies that were in a drunken stupor after getting drunk with power, more often than not... Continue Reading →
OF ABSENTEE FATHERS AND DEAD-BEAT SPERM DONORS. I wrote this piece early this year while I was away in India.