Violence

EXAM SECURITY or EXAM TENSION?

November 6, 2018
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EXAM SECURITY or EXAM TENSION?

Education system in Kenya has always been like a competition at both the Primary and Secondary students. For instance, if you are a secondary school student and you happen to get Grade “A” in Mathematics, “B” Plus in Agriculture, “B” Plain in Biology, “E” in Physics and “E” in English, your mean Grade is...

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WASTED TALENTS

October 24, 2018
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WASTED TALENTS

”We are the dictators of our own lives. We’ve killed our past and we are busy killing our future”. Those are the words that I read from The late Francis Imbuga’s book Betrayal In The City. On 23rd October 2018, Primary School Pupils, Secondary School Students and members of the community took to the streets...

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WRONG DETAILS. WILL I.E.B.C SOLVE THIS?

August 7, 2017
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As people were busy confirming their names from the Independent Electorate and Boundaries Commission (I.E.B.C) register which has been put to public for confirmation, Christine Adhiambo Okwero who is a registered voter in Mathare Constituency Mabatini Ward was  surprised this monday morning (7th August 2017) to find out that her registration details show that...

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WHY THIS DEATHS/ABDUCTION?

August 2, 2017
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I once read The Late Ken Saro Wiwa’s story “AFRICA KILLS HER SUN”. The story is of great provocation and teachings to many because, The Kenya of today is not the Kenya of 1990’s. Why am I saying this? Am saying this because nowadays people are so much enlightened and informed through social media...

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Is It Democracy or More Crisis?

May 4, 2017
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Is It Democracy or More Crisis?

  For Long we’ve waited for democracy to prevail in party primaries and general election but as things are, democracy is a distant dream here in Kenya. All we see is “More Crisis” instead of “Democracy”. The just concluded party nominations in both NASA and JUBILEE camp respectively is a clear indication of how...

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POLITICAL DEATHS & VIOLENCE

April 2, 2017
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The worst thing that we always do is to bury our heads in the sand. Sometimes it’s good to learn from the past. During 2007/2008 Post Election Violence, Many people across the country lost their lives because of politics. On Sunday (26th March 2017) one person lost his life when two groups clashed. A...

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SABA SABA EVENTS

July 9, 2014
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SABA SABA EVENTS

On 7th July 2014 mostly known to Kenyans as Saba Saba was eagerly waited. The opposition had vowed that they want a national dialogue with the government. The whole country was tensed, CORD moved from county to county trying to inform people why they need a dialogue. The grand rally was to be held...

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KIAMAIKO AGAIN

May 16, 2014
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KIAMAIKO AGAIN

Kiamaiko is known by many to host many refugees from Ethiopia and Somali both registered and unregistered. On the other hand a day will not end without seeing Lorries flocking in from different parts of the country carrying goats and sheep that are to be slaughtered. Kiamaiko is said to be the biggest goat/sheep...

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Mathare,Nigeria Village

July 17, 2013
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Mathare,Nigeria Village

Situation is getting back to normal with business going and vehicles are back to the road after ,the police engaged the residents of Mathare, Nigeria village in an attacks as they were raiding the drug den. The residents did not take it lightly and stated engaging themselves in a fight with the police officers...

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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

April 4, 2013
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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

After a disappointing ruling by the Supreme Court to the majoritarian, this triggered peace where tension and chaos were witnessed in most parts of the country especially Nairobi the capital city mostly the hotspots like Mathare, Kibra,Ruaraka, Embakasi North and Kasarani constituencies. As soon as the chief Justice announced that the presidential petition was...

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