Author: Stephen Ndegwa

Food for thought in month of love and sacrifice

Reading Time: 3 minutes February 2024 is a month of contradictions. On Wednesday 14th we had two choices – to love or to repent. […]

China’s reform strategies for global governance

Reading Time: 3 minutes With reigning confusion and expanding vacuum in global leadership, the world is searching for leadership from mounting crises. Both the […]

Mulling a world without scourge that is cancer

Reading Time: 3 minutes Emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic at the start of 2020 seems to have overshadowed many other challenges facing mankind. More […]

New city can help save Nairobi from collapse

Reading Time: 3 minutes Residents of Nairobi County are streaming back to the city in their thousands to continue with the struggle for survival. […]

Help fight stigma against autistic children

Reading Time: 3 minutes At first glance, not many people can tell six-year-old Peter has a peculiar behavioural problem. Physically, he is alright and […]

Lessons from China’s zero-tolerance to graft

Reading Time: 2 minutes Corruption is a widespread human weakness. However, the vice is endemic in some countries compared to others, which makes all […]

Corruption worst form of human rights abuse

Reading Time: 3 minutes This week the world will celebrate two very important days in human social and economic development.December 9 will mark the […]

COP28 should focus debate on eco-civilisation

Reading Time: 3 minutes The 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) starts today at the United […]