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Actualizing the youth empowerment agenda.

Author|Fredrick Sije| As the Homabay county leadership embarks on its second term, all indicators point to a youth-friendly regime keen on delivering its pledges of having an aggressively empowered youth and women populace; presently considered as the most vulnerable despite their rich potential. As can be authoritatively confirmed by the …

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a man arrested in kisumu for helping voters

By Steve Biko A middle age man by the name Baridi has been arrested in Kisumu while trying to assists people who were voting on line. The man who is operating a cyber cafe at kenyatta sportsground Kisumu was helping people to varify their details. According to proffesser Anyang Nyongo …

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It’s not bad to pick up fights especially when they are high profile fights (d.p).  This is a first-class game especially when you are eyeing for a Kasarani seat. First, they raise your profile, secondly they attract the anti-government on your side and many more benefits. Running for a political …

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Leader’s soft spot for Education appreciated.

The just concluded primary school national examinations signify not only the obvious transition from the primary syllabus in Migori County but also will be the determinant of the beneficiaries of the coveted GOVERNOR ZACHARY OKOTH SCHOLARSHIP that rewards financially disadvantaged good performers with education scholarships to see them through their …

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A good politician looks not at the next general election but the next generation. Kenya is sinking in debts that will take the coming generations centuries to pay it off. I believe Africa still needs dictators, positive dictators. The current president has already miscarried Kenya in the name of upholding …

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KENYA SHOULD TURN TO A DE JURE TWO PARTY STATE. Abraham Lincoln in his discernment aforesaid democracy is a government representing the people but elected in by the people. In the name of democracy many things have come to beclouded. In many African states the aftermath of an election and …

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