All articles in 'Letters to Editor'


The Magufuli I Used to See and Analyse

When I revisit President John Pombe Magufuli’s life, I see a man who was big hearted, visionary, pat...

23rd March 2021
Will the Coming Kenyan Chief Justice Decolonise th...

The new CJ must radically decolonise the Judiciary.

16th March 2021
Cybersecurity Tips for Startups

Many startups try to save on security, confident that a small company with limited resources holds n...

16th March 2021
Somalia: International Oil Deals Must Wait

International oil companies must withhold investment involving Somalia until new government is forme...

9th March 2021
Massacre of Italy Ambassador in DRC: A Precursor t...

There are international carpetbaggers who would like to see the DRC and the region sink into conflic...

2nd March 2021
Urgent Call Not to Finance the East African Crude...

This project is facing widespread and growing resistance.

2nd March 2021
Kabila and Tshekedi Should Reconcile and Let DRC M...

The Kabila––Tshekedi struggle for power should not be viewed as a mere chink. If there is no letup,...

23rd February 2021
Uganda: Social Security Sector Reforms Will Take M...

It is therefore important for citizenry to remain focussed on nudging NSSF and broader Pension and S...

23rd February 2021
Uganda: The Passing of NSSF Amendment Bill of 2019

We take opportunity to thank and congratulate Parliament of Uganda for passing the National Social S...

19th February 2021
Musalia Mudavadi Might be the Pick for Kenyatta-Mo...

The country is politically polarized on 2022 elections as though polls are next week

16th February 2021
Blacks in America: Dwelling on What Really Matters

My migration to America had nothing to do being deprived of life in Nigeria.

9th February 2021
Africa COVID-19 Pandemic Vaccine Outlook

The COVID-19 pandemic has had severe effects on our countries and yet it has also united us

9th February 2021
Rethinking Democracy in Africa

Up until now, democracy has never provided the right answers that many wrongly thought it would

3rd February 2021
Kisii Diaspora: Bobasi Constituency Must Be Split

Bobasi constituency is one of the largest constituencies in not only Kisii county but also in Wester...

2nd February 2021
Africa Is Not America’s Responsibility

Africa should not be America’s responsibility but a partner in reciprocal relationship and developme...

26th January 2021
Trump Offered Republicans an Opportunity to Redeem...

Trump must not be left to go scot free for the crimes he committed as the president of the US.

26th January 2021
Ubuntu – Not Hustler or Dynasty Narrative, Is Keny...

The continued use of the “hustlers vs dynasties” slogan by a section of the political divide in Keny...

19th January 2021
Ride the Biden Bounce – But Judiciously, Investors...

The warning from Nigel Green, chief executive and founder of deVere Group, comes as Joe Biden become...

19th January 2021
Tigray Will Never Be Silenced

World history as well as Ethiopian history have clearly shown that ideas never die;

12th January 2021
Will Donald Trump Get Away with Murder?

Two weeks before the outgoing US president, Donald Trump, vacating the White House, things abruptly...

12th January 2021
My Prayer for South Africa in 2021

2021 is more than a new year: it presents us with a new dawn.

5th January 2021
Brexit is Far from Over: Warning to Investors

The Brexit deal gives a festive boost to stock markets and the British pound – but investors must ex...

29th December 2020
How Donald Trump Will Be Remembered

US outgoing president, Donald Trump, redefined the US. Since coming to power four years ago, he brok...

29th December 2020
Is Trump Unearthing What the US Hid for a Long Tim...

Many thought that the US has what it takes and much to offer as far as democracy and accountability...

22nd December 2020
Setting the Records Right: The War is Abiy Ahmed...

Tigrai Defense forces have been fighting about 680 000 soldiers

15th December 2020
Agric Stakeholders Push for IITA “Six Steps” Adopt...

Agric stakeholders push for national adoption of IITA “Six Steps” toolkit and improved varieties for...

8th December 2020
Somaliland Sovereignty: President Bihi Must Put a...

The UN’s biased policy toward Somaliland makes peace and justice a mockery

3rd November 2020
Libya Almost a Decade After Gaddafi

It is worth noting that while historians, journalists and social scientists have chronicled the brut...

27th October 2020
Kenyan BBI Taskforce Ignored Diaspora Recommendati...

The BBI captures many positive aspects which, if implemented will positively impact development in t...

27th October 2020
The Economist as Weaver - A Letter to Students of...

I chose economics mainly because I wanted to better understand the world and how to improve it.

20th October 2020
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