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The Power of Creativity, New Ideas and Effective Leadership!

Sunday, January 7th, 2018

Throughout history, ideas have been changing the world, transforming society and civilization and improving human welfare in many ways! ¬†Negative ideas move society backwards. In this article we will dwell on positive ideas as part and parcel of leadership as a major pillar of development! Good leaders are said to be visionary and adaptive and […]

Customer Service With a Smile!

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Where there is really competition in any free market economy, customer service standards are important! Conversely, where customers have limited or no choice, they are forced to buy irrespective of the quality and standards of service! However, either way customer care is really very important! Serving a customer with a smile has many benefits! ¬†First, […]

2012: What Hence?

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

About four years ago we predicted on our website that technology will completely change the world and pose a challenge for world leaders regarding world peace! When we talk of world peace, we refer to peace in different nations and between different nations. Looking back, we can see how the Internet and especially social medial […]

The City of Nairobi: Taking a New Dierction.

Monday, August 8th, 2011

We indicated in our immediate previous article that Kenya’s capital city needs to decentralize its governance, operations and administrative structure through a system of fragmentation so as to take advantage of the ‘divide and rule‘ problem-solving strategy in order to improve service delivery to its residents and visitors as well as improving its image with […]

Lest you forget

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

There are many places around the world that were a model in development and democracy. Then set in conflicts caused probably by greed and the places experienced turmoils and anarchy. If you consider any such a place, and talk to any resident thereof, your findings will be a shocker! There may be semblances of normalcy […]

Is Real Peace Elusive? We Do Not Think So!

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

Some events on the international scene make a worry-some bundle. The recent chaos in Madagascar which led to the ouster of a democratically elected government has made a world record this year. A civilian has ousted another civilian, giving a very bad example to Africa and the rest of the world. The worsening of the […]

Food Insecurity a Threat to Peace in Africa

Monday, January 12th, 2009

Many people go hungry. That may look like an overstatement. No one understands the meaning of this statement more than an inhabitant of any African country picked at random save, perhaps Botswana and Libya. People go hungry literally in most of the other African countries. Where lies the problem? Where is the solution? You have […]

Ghana an Excellent Example of Democratic Transition of Power in Africa

Monday, January 12th, 2009

Many African leaders believe, and wrongly so, that democracy is a western concept and can not work in Africa. Many leaders who fight for democratic change in many an African country turn into neo-dictators when they assume power or positions of discretionary authority. Many African people have tried to cry for an answer. Where lies […]

2009: What does this year carry for peace?

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

2008 was a tough year. There was peace disruption in several places including the invasion of Georgia by Russia, rebel attacks in DRC and Uganda, the Sudan crisis in the Dafur and other areas, the bloodless coup in Guinea, the terrorist attack in Mumbai(Bombay) in India, the democratic and health crisis in Zimbabwe, the democratic […]

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