A Kenyan Revolution? We Must Wait Longer. Unfortunately

What is common in all revolutions is the existence of threats to citizen’s dignity and humanity and the willingness of citizens, in their numbers, to do something about it. Not blueprints, nor clarity on steps and milestones; nor any definitive leadership; nor hard consensus about how the revolution’s results could look like. It’s fury first,Continue reading “A Kenyan Revolution? We Must Wait Longer. Unfortunately”


So who wields real power? I found answers to this question in the most unexpected manner. Some time back, at a funeral in the village, the bereaved family banned speeches at the burial of their loved one. If anyone so wished, they were free to privately condole with the family. Through the ceremony moderator, theContinue reading “AN EASY WAY TO DEFEAT MISBEHAVING POLITICIANS”