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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Proposed law could take us back to the dark days

I was alarmed to read an article in this newspaper on Wednesday that said Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i may soon access mobile phone data from any individual suspected of spying for a foreign power without a court warrant as the State switches gear in the fight against cyber espionage. I was shocked by this …

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Time to Re-imagine the police

The murder of George Floyd, an African American man by American police has put the global focus on the police and their role in societies. Mr Floyd was killed by a white US police officer who knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes. Now there are calls in the US to disband the police …

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