Why hasn’t the vice-president moved into his house?

Should we consider whether the project was ill-concieved?   Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka is an unfortunate man at many levels. Not only has he found himself with challenges of credibility on numerous occasions – not least of which is the adventure of touring African countries trying to dissociate Kenya from the ICC prosecution by Louis …

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A new season, lessons of the recent past

It has been a while since I last blogged. While I was away, I have done important things: First, I went back into the private sector from a two-year stint in the civil society and a previous two-year stint in government. These past four years have been ultra-useful to me – I have learnt a …

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Think with me

Its been a while since I blogged. During this period of silence I have been pondering a whole bunch of critical questions. These include:- 1. As the Connected Kenya conference came to an end a couple weeks back, what is the next frontier/ task for ICT? What is the main priority? We have accomplished Backbone, …

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UN Security Council with the Kenyan people

The Vice President and his team have wasted millions of Kenya shillings to go to the UN security council to ask them to support (read:authorise) the deferral of the ICC case against the Ocampo 6, who are expected to start answering to charges on April 6th.  At the UN Security Council, they have their answer. …

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28th February: Sing & Unite for Kenya

In the face of ethnic polarisation, a highly politicised atmosphere and the daily search for daily bread, it is sometimes easy for all of us to forget what binds us together, that we are Kenyan and that we are strongest when united. In this perspective, a group of Kenyans, of diverse interests, political affiliations, tribes, …

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