Ocean and Land relationship: War looming

Today as the world marks World Oceans Day, I found myself musing over the kind of relationship the world Oceans must have with Land. And the more I thought about it, the more I realized it must really be porous. When I thought of water pollution and all the water "unfriendly" materials; the plastics and … Continue reading Ocean and Land relationship: War looming

Huduma Number: government should tell us the truth

Even as the Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i insists on the government not extending the deadline for the Huduma Number mass registration exercise which concludes on Saturday, May 18, I think they owe Kenyans the real truth behind it. What's so special about this "Unique Number" that the ordinary ID number can't do? And … Continue reading Huduma Number: government should tell us the truth

IAAF Semenya ruling discriminatory: How’s she to blame for higher testosterone levels?

Someone, or rather IAAF, should explain to me how Caster Semenya, the Olympic 800 meters champion, is to blame for having higher testosterone levels. Isn't that discrimination of the highest order! I think it's totally unfair, like Semenya herself rightly put it after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) this week dismissed her appeal … Continue reading IAAF Semenya ruling discriminatory: How’s she to blame for higher testosterone levels?

Ivy Wangechi murder case: Killer likely to walk free

Even with all the witnesses, and not forgetting the fact it happened in broad daylight, Naftali Kinuthia, the man accused of hacking the late Ivy Wangechi, a 6th-year Moi University medical student to death still pleaded not guilty to the murder charge. Kinuthia pleaded not guilty to the offence of murder when he appeared before … Continue reading Ivy Wangechi murder case: Killer likely to walk free

KUCCPS: Does the university you go to matter?

90,755 students scored a mean grade of C+ and above in the 2018 KCSE examination, hence eligible for placement to universities as Government-sponsored students come September, some as early as May, to pursue various courses after the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) released its report for the 2019/2020 cycle. Most of these students, … Continue reading KUCCPS: Does the university you go to matter?