Category Archives: Amazing Kenya
“North America offers unique Adventure Holidays USA and one has a whole 52 state to choose from. Each of the American states offers unique adventure that is bound to blow anybody’s mind off” quipped John, looking pleased at having wrestled the mantle of speech from Peter who had been describing Adventure Holidays in UK with great details. I looked at the two amused that they should be describing the places as if the holiday season was already upon us. John who is not one to be left out continued describing Adventure Holidays USA,
Why is Money so precious that it keeps you alert? Do you ever find yourself broke yet someone else’s account, has an accumulation of a massive Kshs 300 million in a bank account locally or overseas? Or how a politician’s asset worth billions of shillings is questionable? It’s amazing how people amass this kind of wealth.
My argument is basically what you and I know. The way, you and I live in our daily lives. ‘I will be very frank with you.’ To start off, let me answer that question from the outset: your Money counts for nothing because it is yours and not theirs. The more affluent you are, the more your Money counts for nothing. Allow me to explain.
Patriotic Kenyans have worked tirelessly to ensure that the dream of devolution of power is achieved giving birth to devolved units known as the County Government. We need not to get excited or carried away by the new development yet. This is the time to critically examine the indicators and actions required to achieve the effective running of a County Government.
A County Government shall consist of a county assembly and a county executive. Every County Government shall decentralize its functions and the provision of its services to the extent that it is efficient and practicable to do. (Article 176)
Human Rights in Kenya went a notch higher after the recently promulgated constitution prescribed a vetting system that saw top Judiciary officials subjected to public vetting. It has baffled both reformers and anti-reformers in equal measures. It was a spectacular process to watch.
‘’It’s indeed a new dawn, an eye opener for many more exciting things to come,” says Stanley Wangare an LGBT rights activist. It is an achievement for Human Rights in Kenya.
“We can demand and get our rightful dues. We can talk about and debate on things that were considered despicable. Human Rights in Kenya must gain momentum and that’s the way we are heading,” he says.