Our freedom heroes and heroines deserve appreciation

Let’s recall some great men, who’ve been  Fighting for our rights Let’s recall some great men, who’ve been Fighting for our rights Let’s recall some great men, Who have been fighting for our rights Let’s recall some great men, who’ve been fighting for our rights Recall them, recall them        -Burning Spear- ‘Perhaps you and […]

Headlines, Issue No. 85 - Feb 2023, Opinions, The Judiciary
January 24, 2023
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The specialist courts are not lesser temples of justice

The recent judicial appointments to the Court of Appeal by the President, upon recommendations of the Judicial Service Commission, stand in sharp focus for their omission or lack of consideration of any of the judges from these specialized courts at Article 162. The distinctiveness of these courts was a matter of deliberate constitutional design to […]

Time to rethink strategies for combating Gender Based Violence (GBV); Legislation is not enough

Whereas the Constitution of Kenya[3] protects children and women[4] from abuse, harmful cultural practices, and all forms of violence, and though Kenya has enacted legislation to protect the children[5] and has prohibited forms of violence such as Female Genital Mutilation,[6] the gruesome reports in our media platforms is a clear indication that a lot is […]

Elections Law, Headlines, Issue No. 84 - Jan 2023
January 20, 2023
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The Village Clod

Makua was once doing well in life, he had a somewhat happy home, beautiful wife with his children performing well in school. He looked back then and was proud of the decisions he made; one, going to university and acquiring an engineering degree and two, making his parents ΄proud΄ by marrying the woman his mother […]