On Kenya’s Political Economy of Inequality, Class Struggle and the Deep State By Sitati Wasilwa

Karl Marx, branded as The Angry Oracle, writes in The Communist Manifesto that “the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” This is absolutely true considering that human societies in the course of time have had distinct power relations based on socioeconomic inequality; the rich or wealthy individuals dominating the […]

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The Basic Need for Digital Security by Cecilia Maundu

Never has there been a need for digital security as the present time. When I embarked on a journey to become a digital security trainer, my mail goal was to help keep women and young girls safe online. I never thought that in my wildest dreams that this desire and passion would take me around […]

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Governing by Lying: On the Death Cards of Drought, Deceit and Delinquency By Sitati Wasilwa

“Everyone is entitled to his opinion, but not to his own facts.” – Daniel Patrick Moynihan Kenya’s current administration is without doubt an archetype of incompetence and delinquency based on the high levels of misgovernance witnessed over the last six years. A legendary distinction of the Jubilee administration in comparison with the country’s past administrations […]

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It is time for parents to come out of their dugouts By Burns Noah

Lately, there has been so much fuss revolving around the bold proposal orchestrated by distinguished judges of the Court of Appeal to lower sexual consent age from 18 to 16 years. This move comes in amidst a crucial time when there has been relentless mechanisms put in place to empower the girl child. Furthermore, parents […]

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The Kenyan Constitution And Runaway Implementation by Maroko Nyachio

Afro-Optimism and its future in Africa by Austin Muthuma

A Reflection on Kenya’s Rule of Law & its Implication By Sitati Wasilwa

Democracy Versus Dictatorship As Africa’s Best Model of Governance

What it means to be a Kenyan youth in 2016? by Judah Ben Hur

Counter Narrative: How the West Engendered Africa’s Apocalyptic Development Crisis By Chambers Umezulike

Counter Narrative: How the West Engendered Africa’s Apocalyptic Development Crisis By Chambers Umezulike

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