Archive for August, 2011

The US Needs to Do More and Better at Home to Make the World Better!

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

The world is changing real fast. It is changing in almost every sphere. Technology is changing every day, making things much easier. Repression in public and private affairs is yielding to freedom and liberty in many places around the world. The developing world is being revolutionized by the ideals of liberty, freedom ad democratic principles […]

Kenya’s Devolved System Versus its Energy Policy

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Kenya lies across the equator. It is endowed with relatively an abundance of natural resources. Its people are amongst the most resilient, amiable and peaceful in Africa despite turbulent politics. They are also, generally speaking very tolerant of any diversity and readily accept new ideas in comparison to people from the rest of Africa, if […]

Hatred: Is It Civilization, Sophistication or Mere Idiotic Obstinacy?

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

We indicated in one of our previous articles some incidents of hate we experienced. Nails were planted on the wheels of our car and the hub cabs vandalized and stollen. Soon after, an accident was plotted on us but we survived by God’s grace. Then came up interference with our facebook accounts amongst other online […]

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: […]

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