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Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya
Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya
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Friday, 10 March 2017
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Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya

Ever so often the world reviews the gender dynamics in different aspects of society. Our in-house expert on political affairs has then been analyzing these dynamics especially in Kenya as it draws near to elections.   Summary: Numerous advances have been made...

Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.
Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.
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Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.

There is a pattern. A political pattern. A pattern that followers of political events, especially events in third world “dictocracies” whose electoral systems suffer from ACUTE ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION can use to precisely and concisely predict outcomes of political...

When their birth is a taboo
When their birth is a taboo
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Thursday, 23 February 2017
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When their birth is a taboo

Ryan Muiriri was brought up as a girl named Ruth, in a small town in Naivasha Kenya. Well, at least that is what his mother thought best upon his arrival into this world. During her delivery, there had been a minor complication. Ryan was born...