The first time many Kenyans could have learnt there was a continental body known as the African Union was February 1, 2017, when their Foreign minister Amina Mohamed lost the contest to become its second ever woman chairperson to her Chadian count...
In a report by the Centre for Reproductive Rights, approximately 14 per cent of these pregnancies end in abortions, done by unskilled people who don’t meet minimal medical standards.
Does it call for justice to be upheld in the rising corruption cases that are readily unfolding and steadily stalling in getting convictions at the behest of Kenyans bearing the grunt of lost funds?
Similarly, they need to be more innovative to overcome the cost barriers that prevent Kenyans in the low-income market segments from accessing private medical cover.
None of these hawkish MPs and court jesters has demonstrated any willingness or soundness of thought to solve the challenges bedevilling the country.