By Bertrand Bertie There is a human tendency to consider that everything is the same as before. It is a classic reflex to go from the known to the unknown, and to think that what we are facing is similar to what we have known before. Yet several fundamental breaks have been consistently overlooked, hence
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By Jacob Oketch U HURU KENYATTA, Promises Broken by Joe Khamisi is an offering that focuses on the personality of retired president Uhuru Kenyatta. The book is partly biographical because the author examines the president’s life from birth to when he exits the presidency. However, the author does not delve deep into Uhuru’s private life.
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By Irene Ndirangu The question is often asked of how one can recognize integrity. Several responses suffice, including choosing to do the right thing at all times, choosing honesty in all things, manifesting humility which means being proud of one’s achievements but differentiating between confidence and arrogance, showing respect to everybody, showing regular dependability, and
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By Dr Tom Odhiambo As Kenya emerges from another hotly contested general election, in a manner of speaking, media commentators are wont to claim that the country is split right in the middle. They will write in acres of newsprint and go on and on endlessly on radio and television that Kenyans who voted were
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