Ladies and Gentlemen, You are all aware that this is the third week of His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta’s working tour of the Coast. The focus of the visit has been delivery: delivery on the Jubilee administration's pledges regarding infrastructure
BY HEZ GIKANG'A The big economic and financial news of 2016 is the complete rout of crude oil benchmark prices after prices hit an all-time decade low of US$30 per barrel Tuesday January 12th; markedly different circumstances and a far cry from the exuberance
BY NGUNJIRI WAMBUGU Silly season is here with us. The term was originally used in Britain to refer to the latter part of summer when Parliament is in recess and news is slow. During this period newspapers, to keep their readership, print attention-grabbing
BY KIPRONO KITTONY Since clinching power, the Jubilee administration has had more than its share of bad times, in most cases totally undeserved but overlain spitefully, if cunningly, with an overdose of vitriol. That sustained adverse profiling has somewhat
BY MACHEL WAIKENDA Last month, the High Court made a very key decision in relation to the transfer of functions to County Governments as part of devolution. The Attorney General was given 90 days to gazette the transfer of the roads function to county
BY NGUNJIRI WAMBUGU The year 2016 is finally here and as is the norm many of us will be working on lists and resolutions we hope will take us through the next 12 months. I am one of those who use each New Year as an opportunity to re-organise. I start
BY H.E UHURU KENYATTA Dear Kenyans, We have come to the end of what has been a truly remarkable year. A year ago when I was speaking to you in a similar occasion to usher Year 2015, I indicated that Year 2015 would be a year of possibility for Kenya.