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Kenyans use humour to counter unpopular state policies – memes are the latest tool

By George Ogola Seemingly disillusioned with the country’s leadership, Kenyans have taken to new ways of expressing their anger and frustration with their government. On social...

Red Sea politics: Why Turkey is helping Somalia defend its waters

By Federico Donelli What’s the scope of the relationship between Turkey and Somalia? Turkey’s entry into Somalia in 2011 started out as a humanitarian partnership but soon turned into...

Kibaki was East Africa’s ‘good thief in the night’

By Charles Onyango-Obbo Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki, Kenya’s third president from December 2002 until April 2013, died on April 21. He was 90. And with...

Nairobi’s Growing Economy: A Sign of East Africa’s Economic Progress

In recent years, Nairobi has gone through a spectacular phase of economic growth and development. Nairobi has become a significant engine of economic development...

Kenyans Protest the Rising Cost of Living in the Streets

Kenya has recently experienced a rise in public unhappiness as its residents voice their dissatisfaction and worry over the rising expense of life. Kenyans...

Ensuring Sustainable Urban Planning in Nairobi by Combating Land Grabbing and Illegal Settlements

Nairobi, Kenya's thriving capital city, has been battling the worrisome problems of land grabbing and the growth of unauthorized settlements. Urban planning and development...

Increasing Measures and Strengthening Law Enforcement to Ensure Safety and Security in Nairobi

Nairobi is not exempt from the security risks that come with living in a big city. Nairobi experiences a variety of security issues, including...


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