MOURNING PRESIDENT MOI

The death of Kenya’s second president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi has come at a time Kenyans are grappling with several challenges ranging from economic, political and social. After a long illness, mzee moi has passed on leaving Kenyans with a mixture of feeling. On a personal level, I remember the day in 1997-98 when the late president visited Kakamega High School and passed through the computer studies laboratory where with my head of department a Mr. Ayoyi had prepared students to run a number of demonstrations on how learning computers would improve efficiency. It was one of the most awe inspiring moments of my life, walking close to the colossus as students explained their demonstrations.

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THE KITUI HUMILIATION OF HON. KURIA WAS IN BAD TASTE.

By J.B Olwenyi.

In my personal thinking, as a Kenyan with freedom of expression and a voter who puts political leaders in Office, Governor Ngilu acted irresponsibly by inciting a mob to subject Legislator Kuria to public humiliation and inevitable physical assault. Incitement is a recipe for unrest, arson, assaults and even exterminations. I surmise this is to be left to EACC to determine the harm in the act.

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