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Kenya at global focus – at what benefit?

KENYA IS NOT BENEFITTING MUCH FROM HOSTING WORLD SUMMITS Kenya is one of the few African countries with great economic potential. It has a population of over 40 million and over 67% are youth. This is a sign of great hope for development since the majority are active population in …

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On President Peter Nkurinziza of Burundi

VIOLENCE IS ESCALATING IN BURUNDI Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, the President of Burundi has paid deaf ear to the regional and international community, throwing all the efforts to bring peace in Burundi into disarray. Actually, President Nkurunziza has become an adamant ruler of the landlocked small country bordering Rwanda, Tanzania, DRC, …

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What is saba saba day in Kenya

Actually, Saba Saba day is more of the United Republic of Tanzania than a big celebration in Kenya. It is the celebration day for TANU, the party that won the independence under its founder, President Julius Kabarage Nyerere. Seventh July is an important day in Tanzania as it is also …

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What it means to be a Governor in the modern Kenya

The traffic jam in Nairobi City is a nightmare. This blog is interested in revealing why this is happening and why the Governor of Nairobi is not making much progress. Things are stiff for Dr. Evans Kidero. He is a very able manager. The first Governor in Nairobi. When it …

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John Garang Mabior and his legacy for South Sudan

Sometimes strange questions come into my mind but remembering a man who sacrificed a lot for his people such as John Garang de Mabior is highly emotional. Little is said about South Sudan but I can assure you that this is the pearl of Africa. Sudanese people define the most …

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Kenya still struggling with its identity and nationalism

1st of June, the 52nd Madaraka Day in the Republic of Kenya made a record. The President revealed his vision for Kenya and his stamina to deal with unethical behaviours including corruption, tribalism, nepotism, and inefficiency in his government. The tone was very combative as the President made it overtly …

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Political disguise in Africa and its consequences

“It is unethical and unwise for Head of State to tell bad lies in order to stick to power” President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi shocked his nationals when he came back into the country from his talks in Dar-es-Salaam with Heads of state of East African Community. He went to …

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Mother of the nation or of an empire?

CONTINUED STORY…KEEP ON READING…THERE IS MORE TO COME IN THE NEXT BLOGS… Mama Ngina, a staunch Catholic Christian who never had any European saint name attached to her as traditionally demanded for in the traditional Roman Catholic Church. She maintains her name as Mama Ngina Kenyatta, the mother of the …

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