Governance

Home Guards seven times more successful Today than Mau Mau Fighters

A study done over a 50 year period involving 3000 Mau fighters and home guards has shown that home guards and their descendants are seven times more successful than Mau Mau fighters. The findings which are obvious to everyone who can count shows that while the Mau Mau paid the ultimate price fighting for independence,

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Politics

Kalenjin and Luo Communities the Biggest Losers in the BBI Battle

Billions of shillings are about to start flowing as the official campaign period for the Building Bridges Initiative kicks in later this month. While everybody will be a loser (except the politicians), it is now evident that Kalenjin and Luo communities will be the biggest casualties if things go as planned. Even before the final

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Economics

ICPAK drops Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in Favor of Carefully Rigged Accounting Principles (CRAP)

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Kenya has finally taken the bold step to demystify accounting and ‘tell it as it is’, by revealing the insider tricks used to create the revered books of accounts. In an attempt to help the mere mortals who cannot tell the difference between debit and credit, ICPAK has

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Education

Journalists Can’t Wait to Break the News of the First Covid-19 Case in Schools

Journalists in Kenya are spending sleepless nights trying to be the first to break the news of the first Covid-19 case in schools. For journalist, each second counts and whoever breaks the news gets all the glory. This is why majority of them cannot afford to sleep and instead, they are spending their time loitering

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Social

How to Own a Lexus at 23

A precedent has been set in Kenya, where hustlers get to own Lexus at 23 years of age. Dynasties attain the same feat at 2.3 years. If you are feeling like you are failing your ancestors because you are either over 23 and majorly powered by Fuliza, or you are not yet 23 but you

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Politics

Furious Kakamega Bred Protester Nelson Havi Neutralized with a ‘Thermos’ of Tea in Parliament

When a man from Kakamega comes to your house raring to fight, the easiest way to diffuse the explosive situation is to unleash a ‘thermos’ full of tea, or better, serve some ugali. This is some ancient wisdom which smart people have always known. It seems that the clerk of the National Assembly Michael Sialai

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Social

WTO HR Advises Amina Mohamed to Seek Mentorship from Polycarp Igathe

It is always bad news to receive negative feedback from the HR office, especially when your life depended on the job that you had applied. However, this is better than the 99.982% of the cases where the HR simply ghosts you and you are not even sure whether they concluded the interviews. This is the

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Education

Magoha: Kenyan Parents almost as Inconsistent as Me

The Ministry of Education has accused parents of only demanding everything that is the opposite of the Ministry’s policies. Speaking after announcing the reopening of schools, education CS George Magoha said that parents who had been complaining about the closure of schools are now complaining that he is reopening schools. “When we closed schools, parents

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Sports

East Africans Tired of Winning all Marathons

People from the Eastern Africa region have expressed frustrations on having to win almost all marathons in the world, making it no longer interesting because the world offers little competition. Speaking after the London marathon where Eastern Africa athletes had to slow down to keep up with the world, marathoners lamented that it is no

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