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Jubilee Don't Dare Rig August Poll

In my oped this weekend Jubilee Don’t Dare Rig The Polls, I make the case why:

In the weeks leading to the last presidential election in the US, it became apparent that Hillary Clinton, though much loathed even by many in the Democratic Party, was inching closer to victory than her challenger, Donald Trump, started the talk of the election being rigged in her favour. 597 more words

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Deciphering Jubilee Propaganda In Daily Nation

In Greed and Lies in the Ballot Tender Wars, two Daily Nation reporters, John Kamau and John Ngirachu purport to provide what to a casual reader looks like a well written piece of news reporting you would expect from good journalists in a major daily. 2,288 more words

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Chebukati, the Onus Is On You and IEBC To Prove You're Not Compromised Already

My Star oped this weekend:

For decades, the United States and Russia consistently tried to outdo each other in attempts to be the sole superpower. 638 more words

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We Need A Break from Kikuyu Presidents

My Star oped this weekend:

Forty-three men have served as President of the United States with the following ethnic origins: 27 English, two English/Scottish, two English/Welsh, four Scottish, one Scottish/Irish, two Irish, three Dutch, one German and one African. 610 more words

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Kasaye Tailoring

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Meet Henry Ouko, who got into the fashion and design industry after college. Now its ten years down the line since he got into into this industry and there’s no looking back nor regrets. 63 more words

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The Danger of Opposition Not Uniting Behind Raila

In Danger of Opposition Not Uniting Behind Raila, I continue to make the case why Raila is the man to lead the opposition to victory come August and the man to lead the country come the day he wins but this time gets sworn as our next president. 683 more words

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