If you are not prepared for a digital cashless economy, then you should if you want to be the few who will benefit after this crisis. Many government agencies and business corporations have already been forced to embrace a digital ...Read more
Discy Latest Questions
Anyone with an idea or an estimate of how much the African leadership has collectively misused, plundered, stolen or pillaged in the last 2-3 decades, suppose we had one centre of power as the late Muammar Qaddafi had envisioned, would ...Read more
Should retired president Moi and other tycoons who have huge tracts of land hived off the Mau Forest be allowed to keep them or should they also be evicted just as the ordinary “Wanjikus” are and also be prosecuted?
The President, his deputy and the government of Kenya claim to be fighting corruption. We have seen high profile arrests and arraignments but sill no convictions. Is this effort genuine?
Kihu, an economist and founder of The Bizconomist Journal suggests that a young person in Kenya has three options of breaking out of poverty or become financially independent —education, entrepreneurship and talent. Initiatives such as the 30 per cent procurement rule meant ...Read more
The top 10 African countries by GDP (PPP) are: Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, Algeria, Morocco, Ethiopia, Angola, Sudan, Libya. Kenya is 12th in the African GDP list because our economy is clearly crippled. Well… Ironically, Kenya is one of the ...Read more
MDF to sue Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) if the census jobs won’t be given to youths. Kenya’s revolutionary Movement for Democratic Advancement (MDF) has threatened to move to court if the advertised census jobs will not be given to ...Read more
*Ferdinand Waititu*, I bought Jamii Bora house at Koinange street before becoming Kiambu Gavana Ferdinand Waititu, Delta Hotel along University Way was transferred to me on loan basis, I inherited the loan worth 200M from the owner who ...Read more
Kenya’s current public debt stands at approximately 4.884 trillion Kenyan shillings (USD$49 billion) or 56.4% of the country’s gross domestic product. This is up from 42.8% in 2008. In other words, the country owes more than half the value of ...Read more