Governance

Sakaja Banking on Current Short Rains to Clean up Nairobi

The promise of a clean Nairobi might soon be a reality after Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja partnered with the ongoing short rains to help clean up the city. Speaking after signing the deal, Sakaja said that the heaps of garbage that have been choking the city will soon be wiped off by runoff water into […]

Economics

Guide to Surviving Tough Economic Times

Times are tough, so you need to be tougher to survive. He is how? Walk to Work I know we are making an assumption that you actually have a job, and that job is not in your house. Have you ever considered walking to work? It would save you that little money you spend on […]

Religion

Number of people sleeping in Church marginally declines by 0.6%

The number of people sleeping in church marginally declined by 0.6% in the last quarter, reversing a trend that had lasted for more than 200 years. Reports from the Association of Ushers show that people who took the coveted nap in church declined, a very unexpected outcome considering that church leaders unanimously voted to allow […]

Social

Local Man Unlocks Dreaded Third Level of Primitive Accumulation of Tools

A local man is just about to have his financial plans short-circuited after he accidentally unlocked the dreaded third phase of primitive accumulation of tools that he will never use. What started as a teenage hobby has turned out to be a form of economic suicide after the man was unable to quit the dreaded […]

Social

LSK Orders Advocates to Provide Pupils with Transport Brooms

The Law Society of Kenya has come to the rescue of intern lawyers, popularly known as pupils, following a revelation that they have been getting the short end of the stick on matters of transport. Following complaints from advocates who cannot stand to see a pupil earning a salary of KShs 18,000 (before statutory deductions) […]

Economics

House Cockroaches Increasingly Starving to Death as Inflation Bites

An unlikely victim of inflation and the high cost of living is a familiar figure – roaches. With food rationed and leftovers vanishing, cockroaches have now been forced to work for their living, a change that many are unable to adapt to. Entomologists now warn that it might be a few years before we see […]

Governance

Nurses in Kenya Ranked 3rd Most Cruel in the World

The World Health Organization’s health systems performance index has placed nurses in Kenya in the 3rd position on the healthcare workers cruelty index. The Health System Performance and Public Health Steering Committee noted that nurses in Kenya mete out unimaginable cruelty on helpless patients, making healthcare institutions in Kenya an ‘active war zone’ and healthcare […]

Social

New Oral Male Contraceptive to be Administered through Free Beer

The burden on birth control is about to shift from women to men after scientists got a major breakthrough in administering the oral male birth control pill. Several months after its launch, the male birth control pill failed to take off because scientists could not get men to swallow the pill. They are not even […]

Social

Machakos County Bans Dowry Payment During the Ongoing Dry Season

Machakos County Governor Wavinya Ndeti has banned all payment of dowry activities during the ongoing drought, terming the activity as exploitative. In one of her first executive orders, Ndeti said that many families were being taken advantage of by being offered very little dowry because they lack the capacity to negotiate for more. Consequently, the […]

International

Africa’s Apathy Towards European Tribal War Angers European Leaders

World leaders attending the ongoing United Nations General Assembly have expressed concerns that Africa is not doing enough to condemn the ongoing tribal war between Russian and Ukrainian Slavs. In a strongly worded statement, warlords and tribal leaders from the Caucasian block said that Africans were not keen on standing with anybody, and are willing […]