Je, Suluhu Atafuata Nyayo Za Pombe?

A stark contrast to her predecessor, Samia has Tanzania and the world eager for how she will handle issues that Magufuli once dealt with in an unorthodox way.

Why The Curfew Is Here To Stay

Majority of Kenyans came to the slippery conclusion that COVID-19 was exiting the country. Citizens became lax with the rules - planning and attending overcrowded social functions and absconding on facemasks.

“Haidhuru!” Another BBI Will Come 

President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga could have enacted BBI for a fraction of the cost using their parliamentary and county assembly majorities. This is obvious to all who care to open ...

“Haidhuru!” The Five Versions of BBI

Because politicians in Kenya are a fluid lot, the succession to Jomo Kenyatta began even before the first anniversary of his premiership.  Mwangale had some suspect credentials as he’d chaired the parliamentary investigation into the ...

“Haidhuru!” The Handshake Revisited

Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga may be well meaning in their “journey to accomplish Kenya's dreams since its independence”, is this really a country that can afford the top heavy governance structure that their Building ...

Kenya’s Vaccine Headache 

The country has taken a rather eased approach when it comes to shutting down its borders to other countries. Having Kenya open to the rest of the world is great for the economy but risky ...

Reporting Under Museveni’s Darkness

On January 11, Facebook shut down accounts suspected to be pushing the governing National Resistance Movement’s propaganda. To retaliate, President Yoweri Museveni ordered the complete shutdown of Facebook in Uganda.  

Wambora Gets The Last Laugh

Whether you are for or against the 69 year old, you have to give the Embu Governor his due. As he embarks on his new role as CoG, with the possibility of winning a second ...

Hurtling Towards The 2022 Abyss

As the country gets into premature presidential election campaigns, signs that the country is steadily but surely hurtling towards the early stages of the 2007/2008 nightmare are beginning to show.