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  • We need a national agency to run bursaries and scholarships 

    Odhiambo, Joab (Nation Media Group, 2024-02-07)
    Last month, the Daily Nation had an article titled, 'Bursary Scandal'. it highlighted the plight of needy and brilliant students who have been unable to enroll in secondary schools due to a lack of school fees. This ...
  • Actuaries can play a huge role in solving our economic woes 

    Odhiambo, Joab (Business Daily, 2024-01-25)
    Many governments in developed countries have embraced actuaries' skill sets in solving complex economic systems, such as fuel and dollar problems experienced in Kenya today. The Government Actuary Department (GAD) within ...
  • Make Open University of Kenya accessible to all citizens in 2024 

    Odhiambo, Joab Onyango (Business Daily, 2024-01-12)
    As we celebrate the end of 2023, one of my wish lists for the government in 2024 is making the Open University of Kenya accessible to many disadvantaged Kenyans thirsty for education. An open university is an institution ...
  • Economic landscape in post-final Eurobond debt payment shocks 

    Odhiambo, Joab Onyango (Business Daily, 2024-01-03)
    Expect tough economic adjustments as the government prepares to pay $ 2 billion in final interest and principal for the 2014 Eurobond. The impact of the transaction on operations will be immense, what with several fiscal ...
  • New CBK rate ripple effects to hand households a forgettable Christmas 

    Odhiambo, Joab (Business Daily, 2023-12-22)
    The recent hike of base lending rate by the Central Bank of Kenya through the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) from 10.5 percent to 12.50 percent will have far-reaching implications, especially for everyday Kenyan citizens, ...

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