Let’s Get Serious With Posta Kenya

For better or worse, we have a new government and almost certainly, we shall see new leadership for many of the parastatals. One hopes that in the new administration, the new leaders will feel like they have something to prove. One specific area that we must get right in the short term (within five years) is …

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Kibaki will probably win this elections

By Udi Kagwe It is difficult for anyone to deny that Kenya is at a good place today. Certainly much better than in years past. A brisk walk around Nairobi reveals working city traffic lights, clean parks (yes, even the Jevanjee Gardens are in impeccable order), painted and well repaired roads. Driving to Mombasa, as …

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WAPI: To one his own

Mzee Kiko | Septuagenerian’s view Exactly eighty-nine years after Matthew Murrey’s rack locomotive, called The Salamanca started work for the Narrow Guage Midleton railway in the United Kingdom in 1812, The railway line between Mombasa and Kisumu was completed. That railway line, passed not far from the village in which I spent the first few …

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