Raila and Ruto, the leading presidential candidates, have promised to seeking a restructuring of the Kenya's ran away public debt on assuming office. The National Treasury on the other hand, to justify run away accumulation of public debt, has always argued that Kenya has never defaulted on her sovereign debt obligations. That may not be … Continue reading History of Kenya’s Public Debt Restructuring
Classical liberalism center around individual liberty. Government interference in the economy threatens this liberty. That’s why governments should always be limited by the rule of law. 1. La Liberté guidant le peuple Liberty Leading the People Painting by Eugène Delacroix. The Constitution of Liberty (1960) embodies the values of individual freedom, limited government, and universal … Continue reading REVIEWING THE CONSTITUTION OF LIBERTY
By gatuyu, j.t The High Court has issued an induction for issuance of the Huduma cards on reasoning such exercise is in conflict with Data Protection Act and the Ministry ought to have conducted an impact assessment before issuing the Huduma Cards. The Judge ordered the conduct of the assessment before the rollout. The judgement … Continue reading Unanswered Questions In Huduma Namba Judgment.
With Covid-19 onslaught, children are spending more time at home and roaming free. With online learning, children are likely be exposed to adult content. Nowadays, children being exposed to adult content, online and in real life, is not an fleeting idea. It is an existing reality. Thus, disappointing it is, that we have even debating … Continue reading Towards Sexuality Education for Children.
President Uhuru By Baikolia-O-Bamung'o Public Health Act, the first law the President hinges his lock down dictates, was enacted in 1921. It applies to managing infectious diseases, indicated as smallpox, plague, cholera, measles, spinal meningitis human trypanosomiasis and beri-beri, and others. This Act allows the Cabinet Secretary for health to formulate measures to contain a … Continue reading Why President Uhuru’s Lock-down measures are Legally Doubtful
Claims, have been made, that BBI amends creates imperial presidency. The claim is not consistent with the facts. In fact, the powers of the presidency have been substantially diluted. We see. There are no proposed powers or functions added to the presidency. On the contrary, the President will be required to share power with a … Continue reading Will BBI Amendment Bill create an imperial Presidency?
Yussuf Hajji, the former Chairperson of the BBI team. Hajji, Yussuf, the departed patriarch who led the BBI team, was passionate about national security matters. And so, numerous amends to the Constitution concerning national security are on the highway to the referendum. We review them. 1. The Kenya Defence Forces and the National Intelligence Service … Continue reading National Security amends in the BBI Bill
By Baikúlia-òBamung'o TRENDING in recently, is the news of foul murder there in Kilimani, Kenya's leading dungeon of sin, treachery and illicit carnal carnivores. Grapevine that circulated after the murder insinuated the crime was a culmination of trade in gold gone haywire. Gold, again, is a hot cake in asset investing. Historically, the biggest drawback … Continue reading The bounce back of Gold
Auction markets illustration Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson are the laureates for the Nobel prize for economic sciences this year. Their works on inventing new dimensions in regime of the auction theory. Historically, a common auction method has been that of the sale by the fall of the hammer. In this method, people have always … Continue reading The allure of the Auction Theory
By Thura Nira On January 1, 2021, Kenya's tax landscapes significantly changes. The minimum tax, introduced through the Finance Act 2020, will come into force. This tax will be charged at the rate of one per cent of the gross business turnover, a huge departure from the existing tax practice. Declare me a zero! Kenya … Continue reading Preparing for Kenya’s Minimum Tax