Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi (photo courtesy). In a post shared at the daily Washington post, a Kenyan award winning Patrick Gathara who is also a strategic communication consultant and writer shares a story on how Kenyan government has turned the health crisis into a law an order one. The post talks about how the cabinet secretary for health has gambled with the lives of Kenyans when ordered restaurants to be re-opened after he just ordered their closure a week earlier. This has given Kenyans t
Patrick Gathara who is a cartoonist cum contributing columnist to The Washington Post Photo courtesy: PRI On July 25th, 'The Washington Post' which is a US based daily newspaper published in its website an opinion article reading "Kenya’s government is abandoning its citizens in the face of disaster." It was an article written by Patrick Gathara who is a 'Global Opinions' contributing columnist to the paper and it mainly criticized the Kenyan government over the manner in which it's handling coronavirus pandemic
PHOTO: Economist David Ndii at a past event Source:Twitter The Deputy President William Ruto may have been set up the as a decoy or perhaps the face of corruption in Kenya by none other than President Uhuru Kenyatta and his associates, economist David Ndii has claimed. According to the economist, also a pundit with repute, the second in command was all along used to shield the real persons that feed the monster eating and digesting with comfort every bit of public funds that go missing or stolen from the state.
President Uhuru Kenyatta, on 4th November, during the 13th State of the Nation address, extended earlier protocols set to contain the spread of the corona virus. This comes a few days after the Ministry of Health announced that Kenya is expecting a second wave of the corona virus. Due to the upsurge, Uhuru suspended all political rallies with immediate effect. On top of this, he has ordered for the extension of curfews, no one should be served without a mask. He advised governors to put on the spotlight counties
A hilarious account of renowned Kenyan personalities and who are professionals per excellence in their fields of expertise. If Twitter were to be a high school: Lawyer Donald B Kipkorir-C.E.O, KTK Advocates He would be the guy with the most tuck and the most sucked up to, so he can share. Economist Prof David Ndii This one would be the one reminding the teacher to give us more and more maths homework. Journalists/cartoonist Patrick Gathara He would be the one with a gazillion stories as to why he didnt do