Why Kenya Must Intervene to Quell Regional Instability Threats

By Daniel Orogo In a 21st November 2020 interview with Mail & Guardian, Tanzanian opposition leader Tundu Lissu while urging the world to pay close attention to the state of democracy in Tanzania, asserts that dictators must be fought not just...

Silencing the Guns in Africa

By Daniel Orogo In 2013, African Heads of States and Government marked the 50th anniversary of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the precursor of modern-day AU. During this momentous celebration, they deliberately chose to focus on the theme...

The Ethnic Factor in The Cog of Nationhood

By Javas Bigambo Ethnic identity is as old as man’s existence and distinguishes people in their societal groupings. By its nature, ethnicity is a social construct. Its anthropological significance is to strengthen humanity’s social fabric within...

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Justice as the Cornerstone for Social Progress

By Rev. Canon Francis Omondi A UNICEF poster once depicted an African girl, with eyes reflecting a perilous future, at the same time wearing a hopeful smile. She responded, with just a word to the question, what would...

The Procurement Trap for County Chiefs in Graft War

By Fredrick Obwanda In her 24th July 2019 ruling in a case pitting Samburu Governor Moses Lenolkulal and the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Ngugi set a precedent by upholding the trial court’s ruling that barred...

The Power and Privilege to Charge

By Dr Fred N. Ojiambo, MBS, SC There is no greater responsibility in any criminal justice system than the power and privilege to prefer a charge for an alleged criminal offence. The power is generally provided for in...

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