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In Summary Within one year from date of corruption discovery, the perpetrators of the Enron scandal were in jail. Goldenberg and Anglo Leasing have dragged on for more than 10 and 20 years respectively. Witnesses have died. Files have been burnt.
In Summary Kenyans should put these leaders on the microscope of performance, critically study and scrutinise them, and ask the questions: Are they worth my vote next time? advertisement Of late, Kenyans have been treated to a drama involving the
In Summary The case in which former Internal Security minister Chris Murungaru sued Mr Githongo for defaming him will now be mentioned on March 24 to allow for more time to listen to the secret tapes. advertisement The hearing of a defamatory suit on
Kenyatta International Conventional Centre in Nairobi on September 16, 2013. In Summary He said this would improve Kenya's credibility and credit rating in the international community. advertisement Parliament will eventually have to authorise the
Comments Anti-riot police officers run through a cloud of teargas as they disperse demonstrators, on February 13, 2014, in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. The demonstration entitled "State of the Nation" was held to protest against rising cases of
President Mwai Kibaki holds Kenya's new Constitution aloft soon after promulgating it at Uhuru Park on August 27, 2010. In Summary Political class involved in selective application, with the majority always having its way, even when it is wrong
I recently finished reading 25- year-old book, High Life, which is actually a collection of five years-worth of columns by the journalist and writer Taki Theodoracopulos who writes the High Life society column in the Spectator magazine. In the book
All these developments put together betray a growing intolerance at the centre of power. Like many Kenyans, the media and civil society played a major role in the Second Liberation and the new rule which political change gave birth to. advertisement
John Githongo is the CEO of Inuka Trust and former Permanent Secretary for Governance and Ethics appointed by the then President, Mwai Kibaki, in 2003. His struggle to reveal high-level corruption in the Kibaki administration (known as the 'Anglo-
Every road death is linked to every fake driving test and every shoddy road built. There is a piece of writing that has been on the wall in front of my computer for a decade. It is a succinct poetic depiction of the inter-connectedness of things...