Author: Levi Obonyo

Push to have Uhuru out of politics is a big lie

Reading Time: 3 minutes The partisan calls on former President Uhuru Kenyatta to retire from politics rose to a crescendo this week with the […]

From Jomo to Ruto: How presidency has changed

Reading Time: 3 minutes A new set of reporters are setting tongues wagging through their work. Last year, during the so-called presidential debates, reporters […]

In all honesty, Kenya must get its act together

Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the last month or so, Kenya has either played host to high-profile international guests or its leaders have been […]

Why we should mourn Kenya’s press freedom

Reading Time: 3 minutes This week marked the annual gathering of journalists, led by Unesco, to assess progress in the continuing quest for press […]

Kenya needs candid discussion about religion

Reading Time: 3 minutes It is time to have an honest and serious discussion on the place of religion in the nation. Many recent […]

Society will lose should traditional media collapse

Reading Time: 3 minutes So much has been said about media, particularly the fate of traditional media. Those who study journalism pronounce the death […]

Church must hold political leaders accountable

Reading Time: 3 minutes Does truth matter anymore in Kenya? In the country’s political conversation, it appears as if, cheered on by the church, […]

Media must strike right tone in crisis moments

Reading Time: 3 minutes The media ought to rise to the occasion during moments of national crisis. As a country, we are headed there, […]