Editorial


Hurtling Towards The 2022 Abyss

February 4, 2021
As the country gets into premature presidential election campaigns, signs that the country is steadily but surely hurtling towards the early stages of the 2007/2008 nightmare are beginning to show. ...
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Reclaiming the Pulpit

January 27, 2021
by Debunk
The seeming unusualness in Rev. Wainaina’s delivery emanates from the fact that the Provost’s interpretation of the gospel isn’t hypothetically but is grounded in the context of the goings on in the country today – from grand corruption to political ...
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Museveni Gives Birth To A Better Version Of Himself 

January 19, 2021
All indicators are that President Museveni was jittery about facing the first time MP in a free and fair contest if events preceding the elections and whatever happened on election day and thereafter are anything to go by. ...
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Why We Are Debunking BBI

January 12, 2021
Kenyans will be forgiven for being indifferent to the ongoing political theatre. The economy is limping, the pandemic is ravaging, the future looks bleak. And yet, as we’re often reminded, it is darkest before dawn. There are no prizes for guessing the ...
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