Public Policy

Facebook expands its infrastructure in Africa

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Facebook has reported its increased infrastructure investments in Africa. Analysts predict that the technology investments are projected to lead to $57 billion in economic benefits between the year 2020 and 2024. The […]

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Public Policy

Book Review 1: The Great Economists by Linda Yueh

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I am currently reading the book titled: The Great Economists: How their ideas can help us Today. The book highlights the work of 12 leading economists and then makes commentaries on how […]

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Travel

Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu

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Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu Thomson’s Falls was ‘discovered’ by Joseph Thomson, a Scottish geologist and naturalist in 1883. Thomson Fall’s is a famous globally for its seer beauty. Joseph Thomson is also said […]

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Travel

The Mai Mahiu Fault lines

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The Mai Mahiu Fault lines On 14 March, 2018 it all happened. The earth’s geological forces took action and created Mai Mahiu fault lines cutting the Narok-Mai Mahiu road into two sections. […]

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Public Policy

Africa’s Population will double by 2035

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Africa’s population is projected to double in the next 35 years.   How many are we now? We are 1.216 billion strong!   Double that. We will be 2.4+ billion strong in […]

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advocacy

Let’s embrace Transfer Pricing to get more income from our minerals!!!

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) beliefs that African countries can get more revenues from mining through engaging in proper transfer pricing. A few African countries have real enjoyed revenues generated from the […]

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Public Policy

Cost of Elections in Kenya

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Elections in Kenya have been reported to be very expensive. The two leading political parties have lined up deep pockets in preparation for the August 8 elections.   The politicians and their […]

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