Who is a child in Africa? I asked. I got various answers ranging from a child is a young human, some said that a child is one that is owned and accepted by the parents, for some even at 20, African parents still consider you a child as long as you live under their roof. InREAD MORE
Uganda’s criminal justice system is suffering from multiple organ failure. The breakdown has unleashed on the population a system that continues to preside over mass incarceration that ravages rights, struggles to deliver justice to victims of crimes, tares families apart and condemns children and communities to the vagaries of shattered homes. Over the past 9READ MORE
Over the last two years social media in Uganda has been awash with the story of a Human Rights Activist, or rather a person that called himself a Child Rights Advocate who took children from their mother, manipulate the judicial system and deny the mother the right to see them. When did all that start?READ MORE
Tune to BBC World News (TV) at 23:10 CAT tonight to watch a report by @Mbele_Roberts on the @ObamaFoundation Conference which brought 200 young African leaders to Johannesburg, South Africa last week addressed by @BarackObama. (Which I was honoured to be part of). #ObamaLeaders
#Checkpoint @kipmurkomen demonstrates this generation of KE politicians is no different from their predecessors who regularly claimed to be misquoted or offered suspiciously convoluted explanations for stupid statements. Remember "Nilisema weka tyre... gari ipite"? @SophiaWanuna
Social media is not a place to announce your personal problems. It's a place for you to interact and socialise with friends. Some problems need to be hidden from the public. When you announce them, even your haters can give you wrong advise to hurt you even further
This isn't about protecting the Mau, else it would be done in a humane way. This is tyranny, not a government acting out of concern for the welfare of citizens. As they've always done, they're instrumentalizing legitimate cause for selfish political ends. standardmedia.co.ke/…
Today in #Dumbassery... So much for checks and balances. As I've said before, @UKenyatta is recreating the Imperial Presidency under the guise of saving water towers and fighting graft. And historically-challenged Kenyans are cheering him for it. nation.co.ke/news/po… pic.twitter.com/LPlK…
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