Jesus would?ve had a precarious birth under Kenya?s new security law
Mary might have been let free, but Joseph would surely have been locked up....

For Kenya to win the war on terror, national consensus on the Somalia incursion is a must
Some leaders want us to capitulate through unplanned withdrawal from Somalia with no regard to conditions on the ground but Al-Shabaab terrorists are in for the long haul....

We close the year of religious con men and retrogressive laws
Claude Frederic Bastiat was a 19th Century French politician, political economist and a prolific devastating polemicist who advocated personal freedom, limited governments and free trade....

Remote establishments require armed guards
One of emerging trends in the terrorist activity in Kenya is the increased frequency of attacks on mobile targets....

Why investment should be more in transport
As Kenyans, we are so eager and happy to hear the Energy Regulation Commission announce a reduction in prices of petrol, kerosene and diesel....

All of us must be ready to defend Constitution
One of the main functions of law is to improve the lives of people....

Education minister is not clear on policy matters
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi should be clear on his policy....

Government should stem this alarming decline of wildlife
Last week, we were treated to drama as our MPs shamelessly engaged in fist fights over a controversial security Bill, which was passed, nonetheless....

Kenya: Milestones to look out for in baby's first year
The period from birth to the first birthday is very critical in a child's growth. There are specific stages of growth which should be attained...

Kenya: What to teach your child about generosity
This involves a free decision to give something up, something that we have a right to retain but not simply getting rid of it, or walking away from it....

Kenya: Shenanigans of a teenage baby sitter
Stella is my temporary care-free house help who is filling in for my Mwende who is on a well-deserved Christmas break....

Kenya: Top Judiciary officers axed controversially
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has sacked at least five senior judiciary officers under controversial circumstances...

Kenya: President faces rebellion in North Rift over Kimaiyo seat
The appointment of the next Inspector General of Police is expected to rekindle bad blood between the governing Jubilee partners after MPs from Rift Valley warned they would walk out of the coalition ...

Kenya: With Nkaissery sworn in, focus shifts to who will be next Inspector General
Nearly four weeks after Inspector General David Kimaiyo's ‘retirement', there is still no clear indication of when the process to appoint his successor begins....

Kenya: Calls for peace, love dominate church sermons
Christians flocked churches on Christmas Day where messages of peace and love were preached as they celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ....

Kenya: President Uhuru assents to four bills
President Uhuru Kenyatta Wednesday signed into law four Bills....