Ken on 27th Feb

Yesterday, our former channel of choice launched a new studio meant for this elections only. They’re calling it the election centre. The design is basically not bad, but it would be much better were they to concentrate on giving us news instead of telling us about their studio. The station has abandoned their virtual studios and opted for the...

Ken on 26th Feb

In an unexpected move, ICC suspect Joshua arap Sang has endorsed Prime Minister Raila Odinga. In a recorded radio message, Sang has dismissed the coalition between Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto as incapable of bringing peace between two dominant communities in the Rift Valley who have fought during elections since 1992. He said that only an outsider...

Ken on 25th Feb

Uhuru Kenyatta was last night confronted with the land question his opponents have been singing about. The moderator Joe Ageyo, tried to introduce the subject by questioning Peter Kenneth on what he meant when he said his opponents had grabbed land. Despite Ageyo’s pressing, The ‘Tunawesmake’ presidential candidate could not find the...

Ken on 25th Feb

You can almost not recognize them. They are the two individuals currently at the centre of everything. In this undated photo, we can only wonder what they are talking about.   © nairobiwire.com ...

Ken on 25th Feb

The country’s favourite political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi was among the thousands commenting on last night’s presidential debate, but for obvious reasons, his voice was loudest.So who does he think won the debate? He has no clear choice, but he knows who did not win it. According to him, Martha Karua, Paul Muite and Ole Kiyiapi scored no...

Ken on 25th Feb

The country’s favourite political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi was among the thousands commenting on last night’s presidential debate, but for obvious reasons, his voice was loudest.So who does he think won the debate? He has no clear choice, but he knows who did not win it. According to him, Martha Karua, Paul Muite and Ole Kiyiapi scored no...

Ken on 25th Feb

You can almost not recognize them. They are the two individuals currently at the centre of everything. In this undated photo, we can only wonder what they are talking about.   © nairobiwire.com ...

Ken on 25th Feb

This is probably the most concrete evidence you‘ll ever see, that the forest has changed, but the monkeys are the same. This is Henry Kosgey in 1979. © nairobiwire.com ...

Ken on 24th Feb

Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Ferdinand Waititu and his party mate and Senate candidate Mike Sonko were on Friday night booed off stage at the Esagasaga Night held at Carnivore. The two had joined the Kisii community at the popular restaurant to solicit their support, but was in for a rude shock. Waititu arrived at around midnight alongside his...

Ken on 22nd Feb

One of the most ignored part of today’s Ipsos poll is the fact that Abduba Dida has overtaken James ole Kiyiapi, to stand at number 6.The ARC presidential candidate’s support stands at 0.2% against ole Kiyiapi’s 0.1%. This will however not mean much on March 4th, considering the leading candidate’s support is 450 times that....