Bloomberg As Global Ambassador: Should The World Expect A People-Centred Or Globalist-Elite Push?


The World Health Organization (WHO) recently annouced the selection of Michael Bloomberg, an American businessman and politician turned philanthropist, as the Global ambassador for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD). In the announcement, he is cited as having worked with WHO on tobacco control improving data for health, road safety and drowning prevention. The skills/experiences cited include public health achievements as mayor and theRead the Rest…

Kenya Should Not Relent Its Decision To Close Refugee Camps


In May 2016, the Government of Kenya announced its decision to begin the process of closing two of the refugee camps it has hosted for over quarter of a century. When Daadab refugee camp in Kenya was set up, it was meant to be a temporary shelter for 90,000 refugees that were fleeing Somalia following the conflicts of the early 1990’s.Read the Rest…

The US presidency; its significance to countries such as Kenya and others around the globe


American leadership in the 21st century is not a choice between ignoring the rest of the world or occupying and rebuilding whatever society is unraveling. Leadership means a wise application of military power, and rallying the world behind causes that are right…   there is a smarter approach, a patient and disciplined strategy that uses every element of our nationalRead the Rest…

Divisive Politics And Vices That Paralyze A Progressive Socio-Economic Agenda


  The book “The Psychology of Tribalism, Racism and Xenophobia: Lessons from Kenya’s tribal clashes of 2007/2008″ was written by a journalist, who is also a therapist, and happened to have witnessed the politically instigated tribal violence that happened in Kenya in 2007/2008. It was the period following a disputed election that saw the country erupt into violence at such unprecedented levels.Through the electionRead the Rest…

Leadership In Grave Times [Honoring Dr. King]


~~~~~ On the night Martin Luther King was shot and killed, Robert F. Kennedy, a New York Senator then, went to make the announcement to the people of Indianapolis and delivered the following speech (Video below). I found it speaks powerfully to the essence of leadership in grave times. Below are excerpts written about the speech and thereafter the textRead the Rest…

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