The Kenyan Supreme Court’s decision to cancel the August 8th general election that saw incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta declared winner has received mixed reactions. Some lauded it as a bold decision to make and as a landmark in restoring faith in the country’s justice system. Others have however criticized it […]
A person I know once said that “ukitaka kusomea siasa waangalie Wakenya. Utasoma kisomo kisicho na mwisho,” which means that anyone that would like to be a student of politics should watch the political scene in Kenya, they would gain unending knowledge. I was young(er) then and, like many people, […]
I have heard many say that ‘adulting’ is no fun. It means being more aware of the happenings of the world, a job, taxes, thinking about ends meeting, and basically, responsibility, for some that is. Many others either have the pleasure of remaining children, even after physically becoming adults, or […]
In February 2016, at a security conference in Munich, the Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir was asked to comment on an article in The Atlantic, by Graeme Wood stating that despite the Minister’s comments on previous occasions, the Islamic State was indeed Islamic. In response, the Foreign Minister […]
“Everyone is responsible. The politician, the academic, the clergy, the artisan, the blue-collar, the white – collar and any other category, across all generations are responsible for the emergence of a progressive nation”.