Category Archives: Commentary

How Jacob Juma Was Assassinated as Narrated by the Assassin to Boniface Mwangi

The amazing confession of one of Jacob Juma’s assassins is no doubt one of the most compressive documentation of how the late anti-corruption crusader met his death. Equally disturbing is what appears to be an unchallengeable link to DP William Ruto’s involvement in the assassination of his former friend. Not only is Farouk Kibet, Ruto’s Personal Assistant, named as a

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Kikuyus Are Suffering Under Jubilee and Should Stop Kulamba Lamba Uhuru Kenyatta

The Chairman of the Kenya Red Alliance (KRA) Mr. Martin Ngatia, has appealed to members of the Kikuyu community to stop boot-licking (kulamba lamba) President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto. In this video, Mr. Ngatia argues that despite being the President of the Republic of Kenya, millions of Kikuyus continue to suffer under the government of Uhuru Kenyatta.

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PAC IS Fooling Kenyans Unless It Interrogates The Big Fish and The Untouchables

The Parliamentary Accounts Committee (PAC) has been investigating the mega corruption scandal at the Kenya National Youth Service (KNYS) in which Ksh 1.8 billion was stolen by a notorious cartel running the Jubilee government. Although there have been very dramatic scenes during the hearings with witnesses being confronted by PAC members to explain how money got stolen, the Kenya Red

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The Disputed Collapse of William Ruto and Unanswered Questions

In the recent past, Deputy President William Ruto has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Immediately after the assassination of Jacob Juma on 5th of May, Ruto’s name featured prominently as the key suspect who may have masterminded Juma’s assassination. This is because in one of his tweets, Ruto was named by Juma as a person who

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“The Resurrection of Bernard Ngatia” and the Cord-Jubilee Propaganda War

Boniface Manono aka “Bernard Ngatia”, a Kenyan who reportedly died after brutalization by police during the campaign to disband and send the corrupt IEBC Commissioners home, has “resurrected from the dead” to say that he is alive. The story, which saturated both mainstream and social media, said that the man died out of injuries sustained during a moment of police

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Ideological Challenges Left Behind by the Late Dr. Adhu Awiti

As many relatives, friends and Comrades have aptly said, the death of Dr. Adhu Awiti, former MP for Karachuonyo, was not just devastating from the point of view of the huge void that Adhu’s departure has left behind. The death of this illustrious son of Kenya has also left a formidable challenge among Left-leaning Kenyan thinkers, political activists, fellow travelers

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