Africa does not need anyone to believe in her or to affirm her place and position in history. Africa will and must develop with pride.
The liberal international order is becoming less liberal, less international and less orderly.
The Oxford Union invite me to share the role of the judiciary in emerging nations, the importance of constitutionalism and the experiences that have molded my journey to the pinnacle of Kenya’s judicial system, as well as the place of my faith in that process, including instances when I have had to make momentous decisions […]
CEOs all around the world are less optimistic than they were a year ago about the strength of the global economy and their own organisations’ ability to grow revenues in both the short and medium term. What’s at the root of this drop in CEO confidence? CEOs are less bothered by the broad, existential threats […]
I want to talk about the kind of leadership we need to transform Africa. I want to look at it from a slightly different perspective. More like context setting first. So which Africa are we talking about today? I will take us back a bit. I have at home two 4-year-old sons. It is amazing […]
In his address on the Kenya Hotel attack Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said: "Even as we regret yesterday's incident, as Commander-in-Chief, I want to commend the quick and effective response by our elite fighting teams for neutralizing all the terrorists involved in the attacks." It is right for him to give credit to his brave […]
Since talk and preparations for the national dialogue were put in motion over a year ago by a host of shepherds led by Inter-Religious Council of Uganda, The Elders Forum and Women’s Situation room; a section of Uganda stakeholders have been peddling doubt, skepticism and sometimes outright conspiracy theories. Some say that President Museveni is […]
Dear distinguished and peace-loving Royal Fathers, venerable elders, Imams, Archbishops, Mallams, Bishops, Sheikhs, Christian leaders of different denominations, Muslim leaders of different groups, community leaders and youth leaders from the different ethnic and religious groups. We need to rub minds, to find a special moment to grieve in our hearts, and also to express our […]
Rather than state that the African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU ECOSOCC) has failed in its mandate since 2004, this version is truer: A failed and sinecure CIDO department of the AUC has been allowed to micromanage a vital organ of the Union to the detriment of African citizens. AU ECOSOCC is the […]
The announcement by the South African National Cabinet that it will be invoking Section 100 (1) (b) of the Constitution of South Africa to address the ‘apparent crisis’ in the North West Province, particularly in the health sector, has brought the use of the section onto the sharp edge of the analysis sword; governance speaking. […]