About Us

Founded in 2015 by Nakhumicha Otube and Claire Kinyanjui :

SECURE was built on the foundation that youth form the largest and most diverse generation in Africa. And it constantly seeks to appeal to a new era of African youth who are fully aware of their surroundings and the issues that are affecting their security both directly and indirectly. A people not only looking to be inspired but one that is ready to change the world.


OUR TEAM

Nakhumicha Otube

Editor In Chief

The state of international security more so the baffling nature of African security has always been an intriguing phenomenon for Nakhumicha. She graduated with a B.A in international Relations majoring in peace and conflict studies, diplomacy and a minor in criminal justice.
Her inherent wanderlust stemmed from the couple of months she spent in Ethiopia working intimately with local communities. This has since evolved to her visiting various other countries in Africa, seeking to unravel the continental dynamics in Politics, Human Rights, Youth, Security issues. Ultimately, this inspired a will for her to engage youth in understanding the matters stemming from security that consequently affect their well-being.
Nakhumicha then started this magazine in an effort to explain and understand the various aspects of security and subsequently helping other youth grasp the various features of international security.

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Nakhumicha Otube

Nakhumicha Otube

Editor In Chief

Claire Muthoni Kinyanjui

Managing editor

Claire Muthoni Kinyanjui is a lawyer, writer and lover of life. She has a Bachelor’s degree from The Catholic University of Kenya (CUEA), an Associate at the Chartered Institute of Arbitration and has completed her course work at the Kenya School Of Law. She is also an avid reader and has a keen interest in International Relations. Currently pursuing CS (Certified Secretary) as she awaits to be admitted to the roll of advocates.

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Claire Muthoni Kinyanjui

Claire Muthoni Kinyanjui

Managing editor

Gerald Ndung’u

Reporter

Gerald Ndung’u has worked in corporate communication, advertising and print media spaces for the last 3 years.Passionate about Socio-political issues and day to day affairs.Formely a writer and Web editor for UP Magazine and beat writer for now defunct Kenya today Weekly.
Journalism stundent.Communication major.

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Gerald Ndung’u

Gerald Ndung’u

Reporter

 


Secure redefines story telling by embracing the digital revolution and using it to give the public a voice. It seeks to arouse interest and understanding among various youth on international security issues with an all exclusive focus on Africa!

This weekly blog and quarterly magazine expounds on the pressing security issues facing Africa and its Youth which ultimately culminates into a platform where these are discussed and alternative solutions formulated.
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SECURE MAGAZINE

These articles seeks to redefine international law with the national — by highlighting controversial legal dilemmas, and by helping readers understand how and why an issue affects them. We deliver thought-provoking and unique takes to the law especially as pertaining to international security.
Here we shows the connection between politics and public policy giving thoughtful insights through deep web research and reporting on issues that are important to the digital generation. We highlight and contextualize the policies that work and those that don’t, while exploring the ways politics and policy have a real impact on one’s own security as well as the tangible effects on people’s lives and the futures of the continent
This is the one-stop shop for conflict coverage, offering a mix of reporting, analysis, criticism and interviews. We spur new conversations on warfare while exposing readers to the latest in war and conflict.
This platform conveys millennials as inquisitive, notch for healthy skepticism towards conformist wisdom, and crave substantive conversations to spark new interests and share knowledge. This sensibility informs everything we do.
A list of all the people who have contributed to this magazine
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