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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 […]

Kenya’s Health System Needs Modernization

Monday, January 16th, 2017

We have mentioned elsewhere before that Kenya’s public health system is among the best in the world! The only problem is that it lacks essentials and modernization, a factor that causes its current problem including the ongoing Doctors’ strike. For things to get better, the Kenyan authorities and all the stakeholders need to tackle the […]

Leadership and Development!

Friday, November 27th, 2015

We have indicated in another article that people, both collectively and as distinct individuals, are the core pillar of development! As such, they initiate development goals and programmes and plans for such goals. They draw up the development agenda and also implement all the plans! They, too, provide the human capital at every stage of […]

Kenya Should Deal With the Challenge of Insecurity Decisively!

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

We know that peace is always important for any society, community, peoples, individuals and nations! It is so important that society should never let it slip away even for a day! It is important that it be given every opportunity to take root and thrive in every place always! It is indeed important that all […]

Kenya’s Education System Needs a Boost!

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

Education, as we know, is key to development! First, it makes individuals truly civilized by helping them build and strengthen their character! It instills in those who undergo it skills that enable them tackle the challenges of life! In short it empowers the people! By so doing, it reduces chances of such people to engage […]

Kenya Airways is Still a Viable Venture

Sunday, August 2nd, 2015

Report that Kenya Airways made a record loss during the last financial year have raised a lot of outcry from Kenyans and other people in Kenya. The airline is known to have kept making profits in the past when other airlines were making losses. That, as we know, was not accidental! It was under the […]

Kenya’s Constitution Should not be Watered down, Diluted and Weakened!

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Kenya had a very good Constitution at its independence! The supreme law which was negotiated by diverse Kenyan communities and the Colonial Administration was very strong and spelt a federal system of government for the country with each region in Kenya enjoying federal autonomy. The devolved system of government was meant to prevent what Kenya’s […]

Kenya Must Move Ahead!

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

Positive change is good and essential for society and the people! Any progressive, civilized society should always keep improving by carrying out positive change continually! If society keeps improving, it stays strong and can never ever make mistakes that can hurt society and harm the people! It is notable that many groups, people, societies, communities, […]

Africa Should Not Be a Perpetual Experimenting Ground for Violence!

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

Violence is a problem that society is better off without. We have often argued for the urgent need and necessity to end the culture of all forms of violence, abuses, injustice, exclusion, invidious discrimination, killings, corruption, impunity, trickery, sophistry and intolerance amongst other vices and malpractices. It is thus both discouraging and extremely saddening that […]

Kenya Should Protect its Democracy!

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Of late there has been tension in Kenya between civil society, the public and constitutional commissions on one hand and parliament on the other. The bone of contention has centred on Parliament’s demand for commensurate pay for its members. The salaries of members of parliament(MPs) in Kenya were reduced selectively while those of the commissions […]

The World Should Enhance the Culture and Practice of Fairness!

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Today we live in a literally diverse world. Globalization has made almost every community, place, city, town, even village, and so on, a meeting point of individuals of diverse origins, backgrounds, cultures, etc. People who speak totally different languages and hailing from different places live and work together or study together. The modern world is […]


Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Kenya held a peaceful election on March 4, 2013. That was indeed a great achievement, a true marked contrast with the chaotic elections of 2007 and the skirmishes which ensured! Kenyans, as we had predicted, proved to be truly careful and smart. They had been bitten once and are always twice shy. We believe that […]

Violating Kenya’s Supreme Law Can Lead to Violence!

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Kenya enacted a new constitution in a bid to ensure the chaos it experience in 2007/2008, following a disputed election result, does not recur! As matters look today, violating the new supreme law seems the habit and that can lead to trouble! The English say that old habits die hard! However, when good¬† laws are […]


Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

Peace is so important in our lives that if it goes away, all that we enjoy including our lives stand threatened. Our hope in the future boils away. Our goals,aspirations and dreams in life become meaningless. Yet, when we enjoy peace we do not know how fragile and important it is until that moment that […]

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 […]

The Green City in the Sun: Tantalizing or Realizable Dreams?

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Kenya’s capital city is one of the major cities in the African Continent. It is a city many in Africa and the rest of the world talk about and wish to visit. Those who have been to Kenya know how good and beautiful the city is and they also know the negative side of it: […]

Famine, Hunger, Starvation in Kenya and The Shame of Succession Politics

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

Kenya is headed for a general election in 2012. This has generated a lot of heated politics and campaign with prospective contenders struggling to outdo each other in their bid to woo voters to their side. The ardent followers of some seem not to have learnt lessons from the last elections and the chaos that […]

Kenya Headed in the Right Direction!

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

Kenya of late has been undergoing hard times. There have been lots of suspicion amongst individuals and communities. The economy has also been a challenge. Food security is also a major issue. Restoration of trust and goodwill, which are necessary for sustainable peace and stability, has also been a challenge. The culture of violence seems […]

Kenya Headed the Right Way in Quest for Revised Law

Monday, February 1st, 2010

As noted in an earlier post, Kenya’s quest for a revised constitution has been a tricky and highly divisive affair. The effort to revise the law has dragged on for a long time basically since the collapse of the Soviet Union, when Kenyan democratic crusaders intensified their activism against what they viewed as repressive laws. […]

Rethink the Kenya Draft Law

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

More details on the Kenya constitutional draft mentioned earlier are coming out slowly, although we have not seen the draft physically. Going by the report by the Kenya media, some issues may be a problem for the country if the draft is approved and enacted with some issues as they are reported by the press. […]

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