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The Cry for Justice: The Ugly Face of Cain in Kenya

The blood of those who have lost their lives seeks justice, and the cry of the injured and oppressed cannot be silenced.

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William Ruto: A Perceived Tyrant Emerges in Kenya’s Political Landscape

In recent years, Kenya has witnessed the rise of William Ruto, a charismatic and controversial figure in the country’s political scene. Presented as a devout and God-fearing leader during his 2018 presidential campaign, Ruto sought to embody the aspirations of the people. However, as events unfolded, a darker side of his character emerged, leading many […]

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The Danger of Special Units: A Threat to Citizen Freedom in Kenya and Beyond

Introduction: In Kenya, the recent formation of an Operation Support Unit (OSU), reportedly tasked with eliminating individuals who speak out or oppose the current regime, raises serious concerns about the erosion of citizen freedoms and the violation of constitutional rights. This unit, led by one Zachary Kariuki, has drawn attention due to its similarities with […]

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