Why Tribalism, Not Corruption, Is Kenya’s Achilles Heel

Tribalism is what has has been ailing Kenya since the first Madaraka Day. Interestingly, we’ve channeled our energy in treating symptoms while ignoring the disease. When we’re are not spending billions fighting corruption, we are allocating billions to “unite and heal Kenya”. The sad part is that the whole of fumbling is by design. Why? …

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Why Kenyatta’s Statue On The New Banknotes Is In Bad Taste

“Notes and coins issued by the Central Bank of Kenya may bear images that depict or symbolize Kenya or an aspect of Kenya but shall not bear the portrait of any individual.” ~ Section 231(4) of the 2010 constitution.************************************************Let me throw in my two cents worth in this new currency debate that has been raging …

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Fighting Corruption: The Kenyan Way

I’m among millions of Kenyans who believe corruption is the single most threat to Kenya’s future. According to EACC report, over 65% of Kenyans have to part with a bribe to enjoy public/government services. It is that bad and the need to fight corruption has ever been this urgent. See Also: How Singapore Won The …

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