In the third installment of our new series in collaboration with The Elephant, John-Allan Namu talks with renowned economist Dr David Ndii on Kenya’s politics.
Watch the first installment here.
Watch the second installment here.
Watch the fourth installment here.
You Might also like
By Africa Uncensored — 3 years ago
Katika sehemu ya pili ya makala ya ‘Kibubusa Cha Kanjo’ tunaangazia ufisadi wa hali ya juu kando na kufichua sura na majina ya maafisa husikawa baraza la jijila Nairobi walionaswa na kamera zetu wakipokea hongo.Post Views: 545
By Africa Uncensored — 2 years ago
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has been conducting what it calls a mass voter registration exercise from the 19th of January and will run until Tuesday the 14th of February 2017. Millions of Kenyans are expected to register as new voters while others are likely to transfer their vote to other polling stations. Does peer pressure affect the voting pattern and do your friends have a say in who you vote for? Here’s the story of Steve Biko, a video editor at Africa Uncensored:Post Views: 470
By Africa Uncensored — 8 months ago
In an earlier piece where Institute of Economic Affairs CEO Kwame Owino breaks down Kenya’s debt as if he was explaining it to a teenager, he notes that for every 100 shillings held by Kenyans, 60 shillings go towards servicing debt. The question, then, becomes, can the country survive on the remaining 40 shillings? Read MorePost Views: 620