Kenya 2013: What Do Our Presidential Hopefuls Stand For?


Last night as Americans voted, I was engaged in a Twitter debate with another Tweep on the policies of the two Presidential candidates. Though limited by the 140 characters, the debate was interesting and made me question what policies from Kenya’s 2013 Presidential hopefuls were worth debating on. It is rather unfortunate that we, Kenyans,…

The Road to Kenya’s ICC Trials:


September 3, 2012: First joint prosecution/defence filing on agreed facts about non-contentious issues. October 16, 2012: Prosecution to file ex parte (Chamber and Victims and Witnesses Unit only) provisional list of witnesses to be relied on at trial and list of evidence. October 31, 2012: Prosecution report on joint instruction of experts. January 9, 2013:…

Creating Doubt In The IEBC Is Immoral And Dangerous


There is one word that appears to evade most Kenyans and especially politicians about the country’s electoral body. Independent. No one appears to want to respect the fact that IEBC is an independent Commission that should be allowed to do its work without undue interference and innuendos. Kenyan politicians are running all over creating doubt…