By Tonney A.
Why would someone choose to deliberately lose that precious thing she once fought for? do you need to spit a juicy morsel placed into your mouth by good fortune? 212 more words
Ndii contends that “whatever comes out this … will not be transformational.” It is merely a “containment.”
Ndii also concedes that it’s impossible to work around ethnicity as the primary basis of organizing Kenyan politics. 8 more words
Corruption is the greatest impediment to our country’s competitiveness. Public officers demand ‘facilitation fee’ to execute the duties we employ them to do, and well-connected Kenyans evade taxes, and, through the rampant procurement fraud, when they inflate the cost of goods or services they offer when doing business with the government. 1,728 more words
I’m embarrassed to admit that I only discovered Ngugi wa Thiongo as late as last year. However, let my saving grace be that I picked ‘The Wizard of the Crow’ as my first book. 512 more words