DIARY BY SIMIYU BARASA
When you find yourself talking with several guests of the morbid situation of your country during the wedding of one of your friends, you quickly realize there is something wrong with your country. When your National broadcasters show men being dragged out of public service vehicles and hacked to death […]
– Some vivid on the ground reporting and pictures on the situation in Kenya.
– The humor might not work for everyone but I like this guy’s perspective on what’s going on in Kenya.
VUMA KENYA! Initiative is a new and exciting non-profit initiative that is the brain-child of a group of talented, resourceful and socially connected young professional Kenyans based in the US who have decided to pool their resources together in response to the recent post-election violence following the disputed December 27th Kenyan General Elections, to rally […]
I’M POSTING THIS SUMMARY WRITTEN BY SHALINI – THINKS IT GIVES A GOOD SENSE OF INITIATIVES BEING UNDERTAKEN BY THOSE LOOKING FOR A THIRD WAY AS WELL AS DISTURBING REPORTS FROM THE GROUND E.G. OF PATIENTS BEING DISCRIMINATED AGAINST.
* The night vigil went off successfully. About 250 people attended, speeches […]
I’ve deleted a comment made by someone about the hate speech on Mashada, not because I disagree with the concerns raised but because I know the links included would have been bait for guys to respond with their own hateful comments.
I have recently had a conversation with David about the kinds of inciteful […]
First, a couple of people responded to my rant on the coverage by Kenyan journalists by making a point that I should have acknowledged – beyond the government clamp down, the journalists are also inhibited by the positions taken by whoever owns the media houses, there are reports of journalists already being fired for taking […]
DIARY WRITTEN BY A MUDACHI
Part of the Kenya I want is a Kenya where politicians will not run rough shod over the law & the will of the people to serve their own ends. Part of the Kenya I want is a Kenya where my consititutional RIGHT to elect my representatives in the Government […]
DIARY WRITTEN BY RAY N.
I refuse to fight for so-called leaders who clearly care nothing about me, the common mwananchi. As we speak, they’ve already been sworn into parliament, which guarantees that they are on their way to becoming Kenyan millionaires (at our expense). In effect, we the voters, put them in that […]