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REVOLUTION IN AFRIKA: WILLIAM RUTO, PETER OBI, THE LATE QUEEN

“Poor people gonna rise up and take their share… poor people gonna rise up and get what’s theirs. ‘Cause finally the tables are starting to turn, talking ’bout a revolution…” Tracy Chapman, 1988. Actually, the tables have turned. When you hear the word REVOLUTION, what comes to mind? Is it a bloody coup to topple […]

Dealing with Trauma in Our Society: A Case for The Afrikan Boy Child

John Wills Njoroge, our guest in this episode tells us that the male-female percentages of young people in prison in Kenya is about 85% to 15%. Obviously that there are young people locked up in the country is already a tragedy and a crisis… when you factor in the gender aspect you surely have to […]

What Happened to Afrika’s Spirit of Ubuntu and Brotherhood?

Can Afrika really rally together to transform the continent? Do we have it in us to support each other and help one another grow, overcome, and gain victory over our various challenges? Is everything we have been talking about: seeing the issues on the continent as Afrikan issues, uniting to face them, working together… is […]

Why We Stopped Doing Trends:

The Dark Side of Trends for Global Manipulation Why we Stopped doing Trends: The Dark Side of Trends for Global Manipulation As Afrikans, we have a great and serious responsibility to ourselves and to the world to ensure that we do not think, live, speak or operate like any other part of the world, because […]

Elections in Afrika: Dealing with Cracks in Afrika’s Politics & Governance

This time we are coming to you from beautiful Mombasa, Kenya, where we are dealing with serious conditions in Afrikan society, based on an ancient saying: “Usipo ziba ufa, utajenga ukuta” (If you do not fix the cracks, you will build an entire wall) in other words timely resolution of issues will prevent greater cost […]

A Candid Conversation About Afrika

In the changing global landscape where nations are gradually corralling their citizens into tighter and more restricted socio-economic and political spaces – and very deliberately at that, Tet Kofi asks the all important question: “Can Africa project its voice on the world stage or will she become an order taker following the determinations of governments […]

Diaspora Investment in Afrika – What it Really Takes

In this conversation with Patrick Headley, CEO and Founder of Kiyiira Limited, find out what the real cost and real goal of Diaspora Investment in Afrika is and why you should consider it.Diaspora investment in Afrika is crucial for various reasons, one of which is supporting the economic growth of the continent. The biggest reason, […]

Funding Afrika’s Infrastructure and Development

When we think of developing Afrika, the question that always arises is, “How do we pay for it all?” With Afrikan economies struggling with external and internal debt that they entered into either through corruption, coercion, desperation or carelessness, what will happen to Afrika’s continental development agenda? How do we build the dream we see […]

Economic Apartheid in Afrika

As we continue to look closer at the issues facing and the tricks used against Afrika, we need to discuss the reality of Economic Apartheid.