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Author: Alexander Opicho

Kazuo Ishiguro Is A Testimony To The Future Of Bri

Monday, October 23, 2017
I salute and congratulate Kazuo Ishiguro for winning the literature Nobel Prize 2017.Kudos, and may God give you long life to enjoy frutis of your literary sweat and as well to keep on serving humanity through reading and writting-literature.It is clear that attraticing the attention of the Swed ...

Africa Youths should Stop Dreaming of Good Life in America and Europe

Friday, September 29, 2017
For the previous five years, the western media has been vividly covering the upsurge in the number of youthful illegal immigrants from Africa to Europe and North America. Pictures of black boys and girls drowning in the Mediterranean waters as they try to steal their away to Europe are very regular ...

Why the Monuments of Masinde Muliro and Karl Marx got Lukewarm Reception

Friday, March 31, 2017
On 17th march 2017, Professor Chris Wanjala along with other cultural leaders finalized the talks to build a statue of Masinde Muliro in Kitale town. Kitale is town in which Masinde Muliro was born and later on became a political leader there, in fact a political leader of world class sta ...

Quantitative Decisional Tools Of Management Are Self-defeating

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
There are sometimes funny political experiences where we have a government criminalizing a certain area of learning. Like the last century experience in Russia where Josef Stalin criminalized the Study of Genetics by claiming that it is a branch of learning which is scientifically unfounded, a rumou ...

Dear Governor Mandago, Higher Learning Institutions Were Not Devolved

Monday, September 26, 2016
Dear Mr. Governor, I am writing to you this letter in regard to the violent protests you led against Moi University management for appointing professor Laban Ayiro as an acting VC. You are one hundred percent wrong in that capacity. In Kenya one qualifies to be a vice chancellor of a univ ...

Why The Kenyan Media Always Misreports Traditional Circumcision

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
The reason why the media in Kenya has been always negatively reporting traditional circumcision is not known. Maybe it is out of our sheer cosmetic disposition or illiteracy in literature and anthropology about the cult of male circumcision. So far no one knows why the local media in Kenya has re ...

Modeling Devolved Governance Systems In Kenya Against Corruption By Using Game T

Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Abstract Kenya as any other developing country is challenged in its politics, governance and public sector economics by a social vice of corruption. In the developing countries, most of the central government institutions are overtly threatened by corruption which is both deliberate and unco ...

Modeling Devolved Governance Systems In Kenya Against Corruption By Using Game T

Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Abstract Kenya as any other developing country is challenged in its politics, governance and public sector economics by a social vice of corruption. In the developing countries, most of the central government institutions are overtly threatened by corruption which is both deliberate and u ...

Why Mudavadi Is A Mcguffin In Politics Of Kenya

Friday, June 17, 2016
A Mcguffin is a Middle English word spoken often in Northern London. It means a person, an article, a character, an item, an actor, a player or any creature that is useless, its presence or absence has no consequences but it is ever there in the process. It can be a character in the book, ...

Dear President Yoweri Museven, Release Doctor Kissa Besigye

Friday, June 3, 2016
Dear President Museveni, I am writing to you about Dr. Kissa Besigye. I am writing to you in my capacity as an east African citizen, an African, a human being and a darling of the rule of law with total respect to a democratic virtue of obeisance to fundamental human rights. At m ...

Why the Parliament Cannot Oversee Electoral Reform Dialogue in Kenya

Sunday, May 29, 2016
It is good the political leaders have realized that electoral reforms in relation to the leadership at the IEBC are necessary .We salute both the sides; President Kenyatta and Raila Odinga. However, there is another issue emerging, that the parliament has to be wholesomely involved in effecting r ...

1916 Easter Rebellion

Monday, May 23, 2016
In the land of Jonathan Swift, The master of a word, verbal and printed, The vast land of Ireland, at Britain rsquo;s Buttocks, In the rains of Easter in the year ten nine one and six, Glowed the fires and flames of freedom to burn the tyranny Of British imperialitiy floating on the false ...

Is The African Union Degenerating Into An Oppressive Tool Of The Ruling Class?

Thursday, May 5, 2016
Pan-Africanism as a matter of urgency in the process of African governance and social developement was passed from the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) to the current African Union (AU). This was out of need for structural and social adjustments to achieve political and social modernisation fo ...
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