The internet’s relationship with Africa is always going to have moments of colonial throwbacks. Mainly because it is not just a technological construct that emerged from thin air. It is a representation of technology that comes with the historical, social and contemporary baggage of racism, sexism, discrimination and even manipulation of human behaviour. This isREAD MORE
I must once again point out how cavalier our courts are with our rights. Here people presumed innocent are nonetheless denied constitutional rights to liberty for the convenience of judges. Shouldn't the default be to free them till courts are convinced they have to be jailed? twitter.com/NationBr…
Well he had interfered at least twice before. And he had killed thousands to stay in power. And lied countless times to Kenyans. For one who claims to be "tired of reading memoirs which misrepresent facts", Sally Kosgei does a pretty good job of distorting history. twitter.com/DrRosely…
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