Author: Stephen Ndegwa

China Square row exposes leaders’ opportunism

Reading Time: 3 minutes If the government had any doubts whether it is on the same page with the Kenyan p****e, the answer was […]

What D-dollarization means for US hegemony

Reading Time: 3 minutes The ubiquitous United States (US) dollar has been the default currency of exchange for both international trade and business for […]

MCK board recruitment ought to be beyond reproach

Reading Time: 3 minutes When I saw names of the shortlisted candidates for the position of board member of the Media Council of Kenya […]

Grim prospects for Biden as ratings take a dip

Reading Time: 3 minutes If the United States presidential polls were to be held today, incumbent Joe Biden would not sleep in the White […]

Lessons from resignation of New Zealand PM

Reading Time: 3 minutes News of the resignation of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on January 19 reverberated around the world. Even by […]

Annual World Economic Forum needs a rethink

Reading Time: 3 minutes No one would h**e taking an annual holiday in one of the most picturesque tourist destinations in the world. Therefore, […]

Why South Sudan’s scribes crossed ethical red line

Reading Time: 3 minutes It is a case that many journalists are loath to discuss without emotions. The arrest of six South Sudan journalists […]

Developing countries have now come of age

Reading Time: 3 minutes Although the Covid-19 pandemic has had deep social and economic ramifications globally, it has resulted in surprising outcomes. While the […]