About 11 years ago, I was having a drink with the head of a parastatal in the Kibaki administration. He is a brilliant chap, well respected. We were discussing corruption. He told me about an innovative plan to inject money
David Ndii is a patriot who loves Kenya. Ranked as one of the top economists in the world, he helped write the finance chapter of our 2010 Constitution and was part of the 2003 NARC Economic Recovery Strategy that was
Dear Mr. President, After you were elected in 2013, you called a friend of mine and asked him what you could do to fight corruption. My friend, a well-known Kenyan activist, a whistleblower and a man who once forced to
I just came back from Halifax, Canada where I attended the Halifax International Security Forum, a global event attended by diplomats, military generals, ministers, academia and thinkers from 80 countries. I was sitting in the audience when Air Force General,
As someone who has photographed President Uhuru Kenyatta coughing and crying in the streets, l am surprised that he condones police brutality. On 1st June 2006, hawkers violently protested their eviction from the central business district. The city council called
In 2002, presidential candidate Mwai Kibaki was involved in a freak accident that could have altered the direction of our country. That accident was avoidable; the driver was speeding in the rain. Governor Gakuru Wahome didn’t have to die either.
Journalism is a calling. If you’re thinking of getting rich because of the sense of glamour that has been attached to some parts of it, I recommend you think again. Some of the socialites and bimbos you see on TV