Category Archives: Thoughts From Wakenya

Mr. Osewe, Why Is Clay Onyango Provoking You?

Mr. Okoth Osewe, mine is just a humble question. Although I am not a Luo, I am one Kenyan who finds your writing very interesting. One thing I would like to know is why Mr. Clay Onyango is provoking you without reason. Clay has gone to KSB archive and lifted an old commentary you penned a year ago during election

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Keep It Up KSB

I am not so good in writing and I think I should start doing more practice. The points you raise about Petersson are very good because as Kenyans in Sweden, we don’t have to accept every situation uncritically even when our Constitution is being violated. I am one of those Kenyans who think that the Embassy could do more to

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Politicians Have Let Kenyans Down – Muirani

Following the disputed elections in December last year, Kenya entered into the verge of a civil war and we thank God that this never happened    although more than 1500 Kenyans lost their lives and more than 300,000 others became displaced as Internal refugees. This is besides the huge destruction of property worth billions of Kenyan shillings. Today, there is a

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Oppose A Bloated Cabinet In Kenya

It is astonishing to hear that some crazy person, or people have suggested a Kenya Cabinet size of 44. According to the 2007/8 budget the total cost of running 34 ministries this year is Ksh 299.6 billion (an average of Ksh 8 billion per ministry per annum).  Using the same average cost, 44 Ministries might cost you and I about

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Mwandawiro Mghanga’s Statement At Cuban Symposium In Kenya

CUBAN SOCIALIST INTERNATIONALISM: A Challenge to African Revolutionaries. Statement by Mwandawiro Mghanga Made at a Symposium “20 years after the battle of Cuito Cuanavale: Implications for Africa and South – South Solidarity”: Thursday 20th March, 2008, 5.00-7.00pm At Charter Hall, City Hall Way Nairobi, Kenya.  CUBAN SOCIALIST INTERNATIONALISM: A Challenge to African Revolutionaries On behalf of the Kenya – Friendship

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