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Kshs 2 Million Fine for Failure to Call MP “Honorable,” Awakes Sovereign Power! 100 Comments

Kenya Constitution 2010 reads, “1. (1) All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution. (2) The people may exercise their sovereign power either directly or through their democratically elected representatives.” The constitution does not state that a representative can legislate to make Kenyans call them "Honorable," and if they don't punish them. Below 100 comments that could lead to Kenyans using their, “sovereign power,” in Constitution 104. (1) that states, “The electorate under Articles 97 and 98 have the right to recall the member of Parliament representing their constituency before the end of the term of the relevant House of Parliament.” Does an MP who votes for this law understand that a simple majority of 51% of registered voters in their constituency can using “sovereign power,” as per 1 (2) remove them out of office?
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Essential Drug Data for Vets Now Found in One Volume

Complete data on veterinary pharmacology can now be found from one source. It is Kingsley Eghianruwa’s new compendium of Essential Drug Data for Rational Therapy in Veterinary Practice published by AuthorHouse, a one-stop, easy-access source book of great value to practicing physicians with current values on humane treatment of animals....
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Pay Cut Commendable But Insufficient

The conversation about the public wage bill has been going on for a while though the intensity of the debate has increased with the recent announcement of the pay cut by the President and his Deputy with an appeal to others to follow suit. It seems that every time the issue of wastage in public service and the high recurrent expenditure arises, the solutions proposed revolve around the public wage bill. The gesture by the President and his Deputy is commendable even though it will contribute little to reducing the public wage bill....
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Kenya Public Wage Bill 2014/2015: Sustainable, Fairness & It's the Economy, Stupid

President Uhuru Kenyatta during a retreat by Executive arm of government announced he will take a pay cut of 20%. Deputy President William Ruto also took a pay cut of 20%. 18 Cabinet Secretaries and 26 Principal Secretaries a 10% pay cut. This pay cuts are brought about by the opinions that the wage bill, as currently is, is unsustainable and is hindering development. Whereas those in private sector welcomed this, those in the lower bottom in public sector who today could not meet their basic needs with pay given do not welcome the idea that their pay could be trimmed. Three questions debated: (1) Did SRC create sustainable pay 2013/2014? (2.) Should the wage bill be reduced or redistributed fairly? (3.) It's the economy, stupid?...
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What Hinders Women from Participating in Leadership?

Historically, leadership has carried the notion of masculinity and the belief that men make better leaders than women is still common today. Although the number of female leaders has increased, they are often named as an afterthought. Despite women’s education and entry into the job market, the woman’s role is typically one of homemaker....
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Comments on Governor Dr. Mutua 120 Machakos County Police Cars

“The people of Machakos elected one smart Governor. He is forward-thinking and action oriented, which any successful city needs. Watch crime go down and people will start flocking there from the rest of the country. Machakos will become the new Nairobi,” comments Mwana Nchi after the 120 police and inspectorate cars were unveiled. Below other comments. ...
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Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua the Devolution Developer

Kenya Elections March 2013 led to the full creation of 47 devolved counties through the elected 47 Governors and County Assemblies. Like many Kenyans I would cross my figures waiting to see what culture the Governors bring to their respective new offices. Was a Governor going to be a “Servant of the People” or “Master to the People?” Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua choice to become a servant of the people is today one factor developing and advancing devolution in Kenya. As the saying goes, “Actions speak louder than words!” ...
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War on Graft is a Blessing to Kenyans

Thanks President Uhuru Kenyatta for declaring war on corruption which has ruined the lives of many Kenyans, caused many deaths of innocent Kenyans and raised unemployment rate to unbelievable levels in Kenya. Let us call a spade a spade by applauding what is good and by condemning what is bad. Only an insane individual would not see the positive side of President Uhuru Kenyatta's declaration of war on rampant corruption in Kenya. I thank President Kenyatta for this declaration and I hope all Kenyans of good will will applaud and thank him as well. Patriotic Kenyans should encourage and support President Uhuru Kenyatta in this noble crusade to fight corruption. ...
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Who Invited the Kadogo Economy into Kenya?

Should Kenyans cerebrate or mourn the birth of the "Kadogo Economy?" Where did the Kadogo Economy come from and who invited it into Kenya? May be the injustices associated with the past corruption inKenya are to blame for the presence of the "Kadogo Economy" All Kenyans, rich and poor, should accept the fact that the current "Kadogo Economy" is bad and harmful to the common poor Kenyanperson. ...
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We Must Allow the Truth to Come Out says Peter Kenneth

One month on, the details that continue to emerge on the Westgate attack are confounding. It is becoming clear that rather than engage in a sober and objective investigation into what exactly happened, we are being treated to side shows in an attempt to obscure our failings....
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