Police brutality: The familiar and recurrent evil

By Terry Moraa* "One of the officers struck me on the hand with a club. Another one hit me on the buttocks. While I was trying to recover from the blows, another one hit Pendo on the head with a club. The blow was so hard that the baby did not even cry."[i] Such is one of the devastating stories of police brutality. The Kenya Police had its beginni...

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A promise to remember: Tributes to Emmanuel Mutura Ndwiga and Benson Njiru Ndwiga

Introduction In the journey of life, we encounter individuals who radiate an extraordinary light, leaving a profound impact on our hearts and inspiring us to reach for greater heights. Yet, what happens when this luminous presence is tragically and unjustly extinguished, leaving us with a void that can never be filled? Today, we, the students of Ka...

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Public procurement: The open tendering method vis-a-vis the principle of maximisation of value for money and the principle of fairness

By Mary W. Kinyanjui* Public procurement refers to the acquisition of any type of works, assets and services of goods by a public entity.[i] Such acquisition may be by way of purchase, rental, lease, hire purchase, license, tenancy, franchise or by any other contractual means.[ii]In conducting public procurement, public entities are mandated t...

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The rise of virtual banks: Disrupting traditional brick-and-mortar banking

By Morara Lewis "Every day is a bank account, and time is our currency. No one is rich, no one is poor, we've got 24 hours each." ~Christopher Rice The financial services industry has undergone significant changes with the rise of technological innovations in Fintech. These advancements present both opportunities and risks for consumers, inves...

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Witchcraft: An alternative, traditional dispute resolution mechanism?

By Nadya Rashid "You can use elders, churches or mosques to settle disputes. I have even been told that the people of Kitui, where I come from, are turning to witch doctors to solve some issues. Going to courts is foolish because you will lose your money to lawyers." ~ Willy Mutunga.[i] Traditionally, superstitions and supernatural means were mostl...

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Our Moral Code

As members of Kabarak University family, we purpose at all times and in all places, to set apart in one’s heart, Jesus as Lord. (1 Peter 3:15)

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