• Kenya’s Anti-Corruption Crusade, Genuine Graft Purge or Political Duel?

    Kenya’s Anti-Corruption Crusade, Genuine Graft Purge or Political Duel?0

    For the first time in independent Kenya’s history, the country is seemingly tackling corruption in high places. Over the past few months, senior government officials who include Governors, Principal Secretaries and Parastatal CEOs have been arraigned in court to face corruption charges. Some of the senior officials and well placed businessmen are still being held

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  • Protecting Kenya’s Civic Space

    Protecting Kenya’s Civic Space0

    This wasn’t how things were meant to turn out. It was so very different 16 years ago, when we sang of how Unbwogable we were and dreamt that Yote Yawezekana Bila Moi. Across the entire governance space, the state was in retreat. By 2002, a true civic space had been created which was evidenced by

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  • Whom Should Kenyans Blame For The Faltering War On Corruption?

    Whom Should Kenyans Blame For The Faltering War On Corruption?0

    The resignation of Philip Kinisu as head of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission caps off yet another week during which corruption and the faltering war waged against it have dominated newspaper headlines. In the aftermath of the Olympic games, ironically Kenya’s most successful ever judging by the number of medals our athletes gathered, revelations of

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  • Why the opposition may not be best suited to rescue Kenya from lootocracy

    Why the opposition may not be best suited to rescue Kenya from lootocracy1

    Kenyans are tired. Their country has been up for sale since the white man’s administration. They took the most fertile lands for themselves and literally robbed us of our natural resources. With the Mau Mau struggle, Kenyans hopped that they would regain their land, the most important means of production. Kenya’s first President, Jomo Kenyatta

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  • What Would Populist Tanzanians Do?

    What Would Populist Tanzanians Do?0

    “I’m not a mad man or a dictator” – President Magufuli By now, after 100 days in office as the President of Tanzania, we can safely say we have an idea of ‘what would Magufuli do (next)?‘ The question, then, is do we know what would Tanzanians do? Or more precisely, what would the populist

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