Zimbabwe is under the control of the military two days after its army chief warned President Robert Mugabe against purging the ruling party’s senior ranks. Analysts say it appears to be the climax of a power struggle between liberation-era figures … Continue Reading THE INEVITABLE FALL OF MUGABE
The much anticipated election occurred today, it was an anti-climax in my opinion since the turnout was low and … Continue Reading DIVIDED POLLS
African History through a Youthful Scope Well, today was a milestone; we did a school tour around the great Kawangware … Continue Reading African History through a Youthful Scope
Well Friday was a milestone in Kenya’s history, we witnessed the first ever election declared null and void in … Continue Reading MISGUIDED JUBILANCE
How do i begin this sad topic? well i already said it, it is a SAD state of affairs. Its … Continue Reading BEING A WOMAN OF INFLUENCE IN KENYA
Its official, we have sold our country to the Chinese, Kenyans are happy with all these investments we are witnessing like the standard gauge railway, the southern bypass, mining projects and building of “collapsing bridges” i.e Sigiri Bridge in … Continue Reading THE CHINA REPUBLIC OF KENYA
DEAR MR RAILA ODINGA, YOU NEED MY VOTE RIGHT? DO YOU KNOW THE MINIMUM AGE FOR RETIRING IS 60 IN … Continue Reading Kenyan blind voters.
Digital activism has transformed political protest in the last two decades. Smartphones and the internet have changed the way political events, protests and movements are organised, helping to mobilize thousands of new supporters to a diverse range of causes. With … Continue Reading Digital Movement
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