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AU Needs New Approach to Darfur Crisis

AU is selling itself badly in Darfur by always saying: “Give us money.” You cannot summon a press co...

20th December 2006
Africans Don’t Harbor Corruption Genes!

We need to be very careful when engaging developed countries. They are not stupid. They know what th...

2nd January 2007
Perpetuating Africa's Problems through Subsidies

Making a continent to be like a laboratory helps others to sustain themselves, because they can say:...

9th January 2007
Africa Should be Weaned from Aid Dependency

A child should not be on the feeding bottle all his life. If Africa dwells on the milk bottle of aid...

23rd January 2007
Ethiopian Meles Zenawi: An American Glove?

There is no guarantee that a government crafted by a collection of exiles and warlords under the tut...

16th January 2007
Another World is Possible!

Africa is not just a continent of unending wars, HIV and AIDS, corruption and dying children as is o...

30th January 2007
Liberating Kenyans from the Yoke of Ethnicity

We need to redefine our geographical displacement in a bid to blend the various ethnic communities...

29th November 2006
Sudan: Reinventing a Nation

We should not take peace for granted. Having walked in Sudan past notices indicating landmines, and...

14th November 2006
Donkeys Put Africa on Wheels!

Paradoxically, donkeys are often associated with poverty and hard conditions, whereas they are often...

7th November 2006
Setting Homegrown Agenda

If we Africans don’t begin to set our own priorities but wait for the rich West to do so, we and our...

29th August 2006
Media Fraternity Must Walk the Talk

Due to convergence of technology; one can be a global journalist while sitting in their room. Time a...

5th September 2006
Making Ends Meet

There are many children who are homeless and have no one to turn to; I would like to help them. Some...

22nd August 2006
Having a Good Product is Not Enough

The competitive global market is dominated by brands. Africa must create and manage its own world cl...

18th September 2006
Unlocking Your Potential

With the rate of unemployment on the rise, graduates see an uncertain future for themselves. . Joini...

26th September 2006
Making a Way Where There is No Way

The road to success has many potholes. One has to keep on fitting oneself with shock absorbers or se...

3rd October 2006
Hawkers: Menace or Handy?

The government should keep in mind that we belong to the informal sector and we contribute to the gr...

10th October 2006
Embracing E-Governance

Just like a baby who falls severally and does not give up before knowing how to walk, we should take...

17th October 2006
Food Aid or Food Aids?

"There's nothing in anything I've written that says we should let people starve to death, that we sh...

7th February 2006
Beyond the Borders

By identifying other tourist’s attraction, improving infrastructure and having a peaceful country, w...

31st October 2006
Bridging the gap

There is need to realise that the spiritual and the physical are interwoven and one should not suffe...

24th May 2005
Is it life or money?

The government would work towards policies that will enhance affordable health care. A sick nation c...

5th July 2005
Let’s focus on Quality Education

Education is dynamic but some teachers are clinging onto information that has changed with the times...

12th July 2005
Life in Makindu

It is time that the government and NGOs asked us what we need instead of providing services that the...

19th July 2005
Terrorism: Kenyans want Justice

A closed society breeds intolerance and fanaticism. Real permanent peace can be achieved through ope...

20th September 2005
Development through Volunteering

\"Volunteers play a vital role, however, our own leaders on the other hand create obstacles for us....

27th September 2005
Africa: Go Beyond the Hardware!

Africa must be careful because the international community will always look at the areas of her weak...

4th October 2005
Africa Look beyond the US

We can do much more than just get to where the developed nations are. Our goal should be higher than...

11th October 2005
A Walk Through Sudan

With the new regulation from the new Sudan Government requiring that all NGO’s with operations or im...

18th October 2005
Society Transformation through IT

IT catalyses other sectors by making them efficient and modern. We expect the other industries to be...

1st November 2005
Emeka Okafor: Blogs Entrepreneur

In Nigeria, I always saw flashes of magic in terms of creativity, inspiration, innovative thinking,...

15th November 2005
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