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
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,
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.
I just finished a speaking tour in the US. One of the places I spoke at was Amherst College, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s alma mater. I met with his academic advisor and he remembers him as a quiet student. I also
A helicopter with five people aboard went down in Lake Nakuru several days ago. What followed was disastrous, when a useless fishing boat was brought in from Naivasha to assist in the rescue mission, four hours after the crash. It
Yesterday, acting as free citizens of this democratic republic, we exercised our constitutional right to protest. At 11am, we took to the streets, unarmed and carrying harmless placards and crosses to symbolize the people who have been killed, as a
Former Starehe MP aspirant Boniface Mwangi organizes a protest against police killings.