Student activism brought back to life by #FeesMustFall

October 24, 2015 0

In a few days, South African university students have forever changed the place of students activism in Africa’s 21st Century democratic space. It all began with President Jacob Zuma administration’s decision to increase university fees […]

Lest we forget Westgate

September 21, 2015 0

  In September 2013, 67 lives were lost and over 175 people wounded in one of the most cruel attacks by terrorists on the Kenyan soil. The Westgate attack was characterized by mass murder, shootings […]

Celebrate tribe, condemn tribalism

August 26, 2015 0

Recent occurrences pointing to ethnic strife and primitive competition in Africa, Kenya included, are a major cause for worry. Essentially, of all the drawbacks that keep Africa circling over the same spot without making meaningful […]

Kenya can learn much from Rwanda

August 12, 2015 1

Rwanda is on the spot since President Paul Kagame declared his interest to run for a third term; an idea that many people cant stomach. But perhaps before Kenyans castigate and roast the Rwandans, our […]

Was NIS Officer Antony Kimathi eliminated?

August 10, 2015 0

A cloud of frustration, anger and grief continues to engulf Luluma Rwaene – one of the many sleeping and forgotten villages in Maua, Meru County – where residents are yet to come into terms with […]

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