Kiama’s arrest by overzealous cops, is wrong

I learnt with much concern about the arrest of Human Rights Advocate, Mutemi wa Kiama. He was arrested because he created a poster that purported to be a notice to “the world at large” that President Uhuru Kenyatta “is not authorised to act or transact on behalf of the Republic of Kenya and that future …

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What Gen Z want us to know about them

I have the good fortune of having lived four decades and with the age, I accumulated the experiences to give me the benefit of hindsight and some nuggets of foresight. I would not imply that these (the hindsight and foresight) come automatically as a factor of age. One does have to exert one’s thoughtfulness to …

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We don’t know what good healthcare looks like

This may well be my shortest blogpost this year. It is late at night as I quickly jot it down and I have had a long day – and another tough one is waiting for me tomorrow. I was having a strategic conversation about public hospitals in Kenya and in Africa and how they have …

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