Is Kenya’s excessive borrowing constitutional? What are the implications in the grand scheme of things? Just how big is Kenya’s debt? Economist David Ndii puts the matter into perspective in this sitdown with Africa Uncensored’s John-Allan Namu.
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By Africa Uncensored — 1 year ago
A severe dry spell in Kenya’s northern rangelands is rapidly consuming the livelihoods of inhabitants as natural resources become scarcer. This has resulted into frequent deadly conflicts amongst pastoralist communities. In this first episode of The End of the River, Africa Uncensored’s John-Allan Namu documents how the drying up of the heavily relied upon Ewaso Ng’iro River has affected the residents.Post Views: 363
By Africa Uncensored — 2 years ago
Coastal Kenya is known for its alluring beaches and rich cultural heritage but over the past few years, unexplained murders and disappearances of terror suspects has become a common aspect of daily life. On the 7th of December this year, HAKI Africa, a non-governmental organization based in Mombasa released a report detailing 81 extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances carried out in a span of four years allegedly in the hands of security agencies. The Government has denied the allegations in the report. In your story segment this week, Salma Hemed, a gender officer at HAKI Africa shares her experiences in the field and what women go through as they cry out for justice when they lose their loved ones in unclear circumstances.Post Views: 257
By Africa Uncensored — 3 months ago
The growing number of taxis in Kenya’s capital has made it easier and cheaper for Nairobians to move around. But this has come with a hidden cost. Sheila Mutheu shares her ordeal in the hands of an Uber driver who turned her ride home into a nightmare.Post Views: 468