Monthly Archives: October 2014

ZAMBIA : The death of a President – what’s next?

The President of Zambia, Michael Sata, 77, has died in London’s King Edward, VII hospital. Zambia is in mourning for the man everybody called “King Cobra” because of his abrasive manner, fiery rhetoric, authoritarian tendencies and larger than life personality. … Continue reading

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PROF. ALI MAZRUI : Genius, orator and a great African

Ali Mazrui, one of the greatest minds to ever come from Africa, a renowned Kenyan academician has paased away,81, and all of Africa mourns him. A professor at Binghamton University, New York at the time of his death, Mazrui excelled … Continue reading

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THE POLITICS OF EBOLA : Duncan need not have died

On September 20, 2014, Thomas Eric Duncan of Liberia arrived in Dallas to visit friends and family. Everybody knows, or should have known, that of all West African countires Liberia has been hit hardest with the Ebola virus. Well over … Continue reading

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JUDGING RWANDA : Not so fast

It seems like whenever Rwanda sneezes many in the West catch a cold. And I am personally not amused. Actually I am getting tired of it, because there is no reason for the biased views and convuluted analyses by so-called … Continue reading

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THE RPF INVASION 24 YEARS AGO : The Rise of a New Nation

On October 1, 1990, twenty four years ago today to be exact, men and women of the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) decided to take matters into their own hands and end over 30 years of statelessness and indignity by invading … Continue reading

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