Kenya won’t develop if its politics aren’t reined in

In this blog post, I intend to demonstrate that our problems start and end with politicians from all political persuasions.
The Kisii County Assembly members decided to abuse the intelligence of the people by awarding themselves hefty gratuities
When we drafted Vision 2030, the assumptions were that the economy would grow at a two-digit rate, at least, to support a growing country

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