Africa’s Development and The Ship of Theseus Paradox: Can Africa Remain The Same After it Changes?

By Solomon A. Mutagaya Historically, Theseus, son of Aegeus, the mythical King and founder of Athens, arguably traversed many journeys and did exploits throughout the ages. In one of his most popular...

Establishing Accountability in Kenya’s Electoral Processes

By Ben Nyabira Most Kenyans are shocked to learn that in some countries, especially developed democracies, elections could drag for days before votes are tallied and results announced without public uproar...

Economic Scenarios of Kenya’s Post-Election Governance

by Vincent Kimosop In four months, Kenyans go for elections to elect a new president and other leaders. As the political space heightens, two coalitions have emerged as vehicles for the leading presidential...

Beyond Polemics and Political Obscurity to Meaningful Political Participation by the Kenyan Youth

By Beverline Anyango Ongaro Over the years, Kenyan youths have been urged to take charge of their destiny by participating in the electoral processes. These discourses have been charged up, but sometimes, the...

Legislating the 2022 Kenyan Election

By Fredrick Obwanda Kenya’s general elections are held on the second week of every fifth year as prescribed by the Constitution 2010. It outlines a detailed electoral process birthed from painful lessons of...

Engaging The Youth in Governance

By Caren Wakoli “ If you want to see the future of a nation, look to its youth,” Karekin Njteh, Armenian statesman and military strategist. Why does the state of youth in Kenya remain dire despite numerous projects...

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