After Dusit attack, get into operational agility
It is, therefore, important that the National Security Advisory Council takes charge of the post Dusit attack review.
By Edward Wanyonyi 5 years ago
After Dusit attack, get into operational agility
Is it time to review the mandate of counter terrorism agencies?
As the country comes to terms with the aftermath of the attack, it should be an opportunity to take stock of the progress and review gaps with empathy
By Edward Wanyonyi 5 years ago
Is it time to review the mandate of counter terrorism agencies?
Films board lacks capacity to regulate creative industry
Does KFCB have requisite technical capacity to regulate the creative economy?
By Edward Wanyonyi 5 years ago
Films board lacks capacity to regulate creative industry
Kenya films board lacks capacity to regulate creative industry
Such a conversation should be guided by a review of the current creative economy in the country and the purpose of best practices in creative content
By Edward Wanyonyi 5 years ago
Kenya films board lacks capacity to regulate creative industry
Eradicating medical negligence requires more than a probe team
In a country where investigation reports are rarely implemented, it is one thing to form a probe team, only for the recommendations to gather dust
By Edward Wanyonyi 6 years ago
Eradicating medical negligence requires more than a probe team
Is it time media set a new contract with society?
The Kenyan media and the society it operates in is unique in several aspects that make the relationship between government- media- society very intere
By Edward Wanyonyi 6 years ago
Is it time media set a new contract with society?
Time to deconstruct the fallacies peddled after repeat election
As the country prepares for the second term of President Uhuru Kenyatta, four major fallacies have characterised public discourse, contributing to the hardline positions taken by the two leading political bases- those in Jubilee and in the National Super Alliance.
By Edward Wanyonyi 6 years ago
Time to deconstruct the fallacies peddled after repeat election
Countering the spread of disinformation and fake news by political parties
As the country prepares for a fresh election, main political parties have been compelled to go back to the drawing board.
By Edward Wanyonyi 6 years ago
Countering the spread of disinformation and fake news by political parties
Opinion: Raise quality of voter engagement on issues
As the country prepares for the August elections, one cannot fail to notice the absence of a single national coalescing narrative by leading political parties. Elections are part organisation and part strategic communication.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Opinion: Raise quality of voter engagement on issues
Link between weak political parties and state dysfunction
As the ongoing party primaries heat up, there is no doubt a constant denominator is chaos, last-minute preparations and organised confusion.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Link between weak political parties and state dysfunction
Kenyans need separate the facts from emotions
Over the weekend, social media and public discussions in Kenya were inundated by a very divisive discourse following the open shooting of two suspected gangsters who are alleged to be part of the Gaza super power gang- a criminal fraternity of very young boys who appear to be under 35.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Kenyans need separate the facts from emotions
Electoral systems must be secured
The closure of the Mass Voter Registration ushers in the race to the ballot, with political outfits now working with some tangible data on key battlegrounds as opposed to earlier speculation on the number of voters.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Electoral systems must be secured
Opinion: How to fix health sector crisis
Arguably, the agreement that will be birthed from these negotiations will be critical in resetting the country towards access to quality healthcare regardless of one’s earning power, residence or ailment. It is therefore important to advance a foresight approach that will guide the process towards sustainable reforms.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Opinion: How to fix health sector crisis
Opinion: Kenya buys Sh600M social media monitoring tool as people starve
News that the Kenya Government through the Communications Authority (CA) has invested $5.8 million (Sh600 million) in a social media monitoring system for the upcoming General Elections came as a shock to many citizens who have for the past month witnessed a paralysed health sector as well as acute food shortages in several Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) counties.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Opinion: Kenya buys Sh600M social media monitoring tool as people starve
Unseating incumbents in Africa calls for planning
The recent declaration of Ghana’s opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo the winner of the 2016 General Election was received with heightened emotions and discourse on the topic of unseating a head of state in Africa.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Unseating incumbents in Africa calls for planning
Let’s all speak against gender-bashing in Kenya
A social media storm precipitated by the recent face off between Nairobi County governorship aspirants Miguna Miguna and Esther Passaris during a live television show on KTN has brought to the fore the implicit and explicit narratives that surround sexual slanted gender-bashing in the political and social space.
By Edward Wanyonyi 7 years ago
Let’s all speak against gender-bashing in Kenya
World towers above Africa not due to lack, but poor leadership
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