Editorial

Editorial

WE SHALL BE ABLE TO REACH THAT FAR

Even bookworms could use boost to get through the sky-high stock of required reading with a cold… you’ll fly through it in no time and even get inspired to come up with a little prose of your own. And when you have finished, who knows? There could be a Romeo...
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FOR NOW SHELVE ROAD PROJECTS FOR FOOD

The Council of Ministers or the cabinet should put on hold for time being the use of US Dollars 800,000 approved for the road projects linking the country with Ethiopia. The two road projects are of necessity but came at the wrong time when the country is faced with a...
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LET WOMEN BE HEARD

Our women have come out and demanded to be given a fair deal in the management of the country’s affairs. The issue of culture barrier and being only good in the kitchen is going to be a thing of the past. Indeed there are women in key position and policy...
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Security is the hope for lasting peace

Insecurity still poses threats to many parts of the country even as the Government tries to contain the situation. A day does not pass without death related to gun(s) not reported. We have fresh in mind this week a lonely young music artist whose offence could have been his travelling...
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A SPADE IS A SPADE NOT A BIG SPOON

We have been talking about corruption but few understand the meaning. Simple definition is “lack of integrity or honesty, especially susceptibility to bribery or use of position of trust for dishonest gain”. When one, Edmund Yakani re-visited the root cause of the 2015 and up to now crisis, he laid...
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The new eac logo with our common friend behind it

That the East African Community (EAC) has released 25,000 USD locally for re-designing of the new logo after the admission of South Sudan in the regional block caught our eyes as we sat with my colleagues, the chief designer and his assistant. We were discussing how they could participate and...
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Kenya protesters should give justice a chance

Relatives of the four jailed Kenyans took to the streets and marooned the South Sudan Embassy in Nairobi protesting the jailing of their kith and kins. Under normal circumstance, this could have been understood globally.  But coming at a time when the law body in this country has re-directed re-trial...
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The law must catch up with all offenders

Something is surely taking the right direction in the midst of the power in charge of the country. It has come to be that soldiers who committed atrocities during last year’s skirmishes are facing court martial under this country’s laws. This is a signal and a warning to those who...
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