Why Gatundu North Should Say No To Another Dam

I come from Gatundu North. My ancestral home is situated in Ngethu. The mbari ya mwembu occupied the land that was sit

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Advancing Africa's Prospects for Inclusive Growth and Shared Prosperity

There is also no better time to discuss Africa's prospects than now - the major economies of the world are going throu

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Africa Maritime Security, Safety and Development

Maritime security, safety and development are critical to the Blue Economy. This subject is a prominent feature in our

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Ethiopia: Breaking the Deadlock Between the Oromos and Unity Camps

There are three major levels of resistances to change. Level 1 don’t understand the change at all. Level 2 capture the change agenda very well but they don’t like the change. Level 3 gr

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U.S. Elections: Why Trump Presidency is Good for the World

Mr. Trump’s promise to make America is a normal country that looks after itself and its people first, while contributing its own fair share to global governance.

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Democracy and Human Rights Status in Africa

We are also witnessing the shrinking civic space in Africa in which the state becomes everything and in the process civil society seems to be in retreat, including the women’s movement and yout

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The Sixth African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) 2016

The AGRF has a major task to deliberate on transformative policies and answer this call through the declaration that will be made.

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Zambia Elections 2016

The current president is facing a hard time to sell his manifesto

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The Oromo Irreecha Festival Revisited and Reinterpreted

The current Ethiopian regime permits the Oromo to carry symbolic artefacts in parades, but does not give them the right to exercise the rights and freedoms the artefacts symbolize.

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Church, State and National Development

Many have missed altogether the co-relationship between God’s Law (God’s Word) and the constitution and other national laws

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The Role of Media in Development

The exercise of editorial power must be tempered with restraint, responsibility, good taste and a very firm sense of proportion.

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The Role of Intellectual Dissidence in Redefining Africa’s Position in the World

Can African intellectual dissidents develop an African philosophy, ideology and spirituality that will become the bedrock and engine of Africa’s development?

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Leadership in Africa: What Role for Intellectuals?

A lot of what we do is inaccessible to an ordinary person and so, there is a divide.

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Why We Must Place African Leaders on the Hot Seat

Money from outside the continent should purchase value added products from Africa instead of addressing short term political interests of African leaders and satisfying developed markets’ long

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Prince Mashele’s “Disorder Now The SA Theme”: A Rejoinder

Prince Mashele is reading the wrong authors and books by quoting from Henry Kissinger’s 'World Order'

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White Supremacy: Alive in South Africa?

Africans at schools in South Africa have been victims of white supremacy (racism).

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Brexit and the Politics of Micro-Nationalism in Africa

In Africa, where there has been a resurgence of micro-nationalisms since the cold war ended 25 years ago

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The Journey to Significance Starts from Within!

Ike Amadi is a fiercely passionate and energetic young Nigerian whose vision in life is to inspire others to do something to better themselves and their communities.

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Kenya Seeks Closer Cooperation With Russia

Kenya and Russia had established diplomatic relations on December 14, 1963 and now have growing solid relations.

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President Obama on Ebola and Press Freedom in Africa

What we do know is that the Ebola virus, both currently and in the past, is controllable if you have a strong public health infrastructure in place.

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The Demystification of the African Growth and Opportunity Act – AGOA

The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) have been misread/misinterpreted for years.

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African Union: Still Relevant?

This question was the central theme of the interactive meeting organized by the European Center for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)

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Enactus World Cup - 2016

Moi University Enactus Team at The Enactus World Cup – 2016 in Toronto, Canada

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