Amos Kareithi

Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila

By Amos Kareithi   2023-11-13 21:18:53

Things started changing in 2015 when Raila endorsed Magufuli’s candidacy as president. Despite ideological differences, Lissu still refers to Raila as a great inspiration.

State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on

By Amos Kareithi   2023-11-18 20:31:47

Senator claims some Sh42b instead of Sh732m was unconstitutionally withdrawn. President says the deal was above board, transparent and innovative, and that it made a great difference.

End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary

By Amos Kareithi   2023-11-24 14:49:44

More than 26 million people have gone through 8-4-4 system of education since its inception in the early 80s. Over one million learners are set to join Junior Secondary in January.

State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia

By Amos Kareithi   2023-12-04 18:46:57

The government, through the Ministry of Tourism, has partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to create wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia

Eliud Mathu property fights: Curse of Kenya's founding fathers

By Amos Kareithi   2023-12-11 18:26:58

Eliud Mathu's daughter, Victoria Ngina, cannot understand why her father’s vast business empire has vapourised like dewdrops in a desert.

Governors protest exclusion from UHC implementation

By Amos Kareithi   2024-02-19 14:06:05

CoG has now invited 18 governors for a meeting in Nairobi to take a common stand over decision to sidestep county officials in execution of health, housing and trade functions.

Ngugi Wa Thiong'o: Ruto's taxes mirror colonial times

By Amos Kareithi   2024-06-14 20:28:27

Ngugi’s satirical voice joins others raised by Kenyans who are unhappy with a raft of new taxes which they fear will make their life extremely difficult.

Unprecedented armored show of might as KDF patrols Nairobi

By Amos Kareithi   2024-06-28 23:01:50

Dispatched from Nyayo Stadium Thursday morning, the soldiers entered the city through Tom Mboya Street where they were wildly cheered by protestors.