This is what I think. During Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka’s father’s burial, our President, during his time to speak, at some point said something to this effect (not verbatim), “Wanataka nijenge barabara lakini hawataki nikope [They (community leaders) want me to ...Read more
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Yes, another non-question but important issue to point out 🙂 The issues: – – some counties lack natural resources that are detrimental to life (e.g. water bodies) and are not protected by the constitution if, say, the counties that have ...Read more
African countries are NOT nations! Like all other countries, they are a mercenary “patron state” deceitfully posing as a nation, in order to legitimise themselves, their ruling elites & the immense power they wield & abuse. Both West and East ...Read more
What would you do if you were President for 6 months? We often complain but offer no alternatives; now, imagine you have all the state machinery & power of the presidency for 6 months – what would you do for ...Read more
Why is corruption so common in Africa? Why do Africans appear helpless and ready to give in to corruption? Corruption is killing communities and states directly and indirectly. Why are Africans not interested in creating stable systems and processes rather ...Read more
Upholding democracy in Africa: What ways can social media be used to defeat authoritarianism in Africa?
Democracies may not outlast dictatorships, but they adapt better. Almost every African country has issues with leadership and governance, however, some governments are trying to overcome these barriers. Which is the best African Government?
Do you think our president’s recent fight against corruption is genuine? If so, why? If not, why? I am torn … My doubt arises from 3 main things: 1) He could have done this 5 years ago when he got ...Read more
Our country Kenya is knee-deep in debt yet we have billions of shillings lost to corruption scandals. I decided today just to pick 1 scandal to ask the above question – what would you do with the money if you ...Read more