Ferdinand Bada

About Ferdinand Bada

A recent graduate from Moi University, Kenya with a Bachelor's degree in Project Planning and Management. Passionate about making international impact and engaging in programs that further peace.

How China taking over Kenya’s port threatens sovereignty

Background Kenya borrowed a whopping Sh227 billion (about $2.3 billion) in order to build a standard gauge railway in the country from Mombasa to Nairobi. Specifically, the money was borrowed from the Exim Bank of China. Recent documents came out that provide further details about the deal. In the documents, […]

Yellow Vest Protests In France Continue

What is happening in France? For the past three weekends in a row, France has had to endure a substantial protest against its economic policies. Indeed, a 20% increase in the fuel prices since 2018 started was one of the major triggers for the protests that began on November 17th. […]

Ripple Effects Of Kenya’s Presidential Election Still Being Felt In The Nation

The time that has elapsed since Kenya’s courts nullified the presidential election is almost one year now. The level of disruption the election caused affected several parts of the nation with the total number of nullifications being nothing short of astonishing. Some of the elections nullified have involved high profile […]

Finally The Trump – Kim Meeting Happens

President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un finally had their meet up as previously planned. This meeting occurred, despite reports that it might not have due to one reason or another, but mostly due to disagreements between the two leaders. For most people, this is a good thing, especially […]

Korean Leaders Hold A Surprise Meeting

On May 26, 2018, the leaders of North and South Korea held an unexpected meet-up in a demilitarized zone between the two countries. The encounter was a strange and historic one considering that the Korean state leaders, Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, had only ever met twice before yesterday. It […]

Child-Nation Mistreating Its Children

The youngest nation in the world, ostensibly the child-nation, is attacking its children through its incessant troubles. South Sudan has been engaged in a civil war for at least five years now. Most people have been focusing on issues like the economy or the political climate, and it is a […]

Love A Muslim Day

Punish a Muslim Day A few weeks ago, some in the UK received letters and pamphlets that encouraged committing acts of malice against Muslims, ‘punishing’ them in return for points. The idea was akin to playing a video game. Punishments included things like throwing acid on the face of Muslims […]

“Punish A Muslim Day:” Hateful Letters Distributed Around The United Kingdom

Punish a Muslim Day. Think of the act of punishing a Muslim as a video game. In video games, you get points for performing different actions. Only in this game, the action is finding a Muslim and hurting them. Points are awarded depending on the severity of the punishment. At […]

The Libyan Slavery Situation

Earlier this year, reports emerged that West African immigrants were being auctioned openly in what has become the present-day slavery. These reports emerged after survivors from the ordeals returned home following efforts by the UN. Some of the ordeals they underwent include extortion, sexual abuse, hard labour, and violence. Ever […]

Is It Really Too Much Of A Stretch To Compare Kenya To Somalia Or Syria?

So, the other day I was watching TV, one of these breakfast shows on our local stations. A local politician was being interviewed, I am not sure which one, about the state of affairs in Kenya after the Kenyan general election was nullified by the Supreme Court. As fuzzy my […]