This question is based on the current economic reality in which Kenya is knee-deep in debt. It’s also tied to an influx of illegal expatriate who continue to flood our job market whereas very capable Kenyans remain unemployed. Finally, this question ...Read More
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Are we, for example, post-religion (or post-marriage, etc.)? I ask this question because of: – – rising cases of anomie – rising cases of divorce – rising cases of deviant/self-destructive/maladaptive behaviour esp. among the youth Taking religion for example – it is ...Read More
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 these resources ...Read More
Do we see change been created by African leaders after colonization if yes how? if no why?
In the face of diminishing prospects we still vote people into office who in more ways than one make us realize how daft we were for choosing them. Our presidents are currently licking the boots of imperialist ‘superpowers’ to build basic ...Read More
TRUE STORY: My MP Kinangop never speaks in Parliament, I am not even sure he has given his maiden speech yet. Recently a vocal MP from Kiambu confused the guy for a parliament staffer. They do not even consider him when ...Read More
Yes, I know this is not a question but it needs to be said 😀 Donors do not have our best interests at heart – do not be lied to. Thomas Sankara knew this and cut links with them. ...Read More
From the current state of the nation it is obvious that things are not going as everyone had anticipated. it could be from the choices our leaders made or our own. so if we are the reason will we change?
From choosing our leaders to promoting corruption. To remaining silent and letting us be Africans To poor education and agreeing to a bad system.
I need your views be open minded while handling this