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East Africa is Stronger Together Than Apart

EAC's future and integration lies in border points like Gatuna on the Uganda - Rwanda border; Namanga on the Kenya - Tanzania Border; Akanyaru on the Rwanda - Burundi border; Elegu on the Uganda - South Sudan border and Busia on the Kenya - Uganda border. When social and political differences cause governments to either shut down these border point...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 20th Jun 2020
  • 42
All three Arms of Government must unite to eradicate corruption

Kenya has three arms of government whose independence is guaranteed by the Constitution. Such independence comes with titanic responsibilities. As the Scripture says, to those whom much is given, much is required. Kenyans expect leaders of the three arms of government to take full responsibility and steer the country away from corruption, not towar...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 14th Jun 2020
  • 161
Money or the lack of it must never impede justice

The cry for justice has been reverberating around the world for the last two weeks due to the death of George Floyd. The forty-six-year-old man died after a policeman pinned his knee on his neck for almost nine minutes. His death sparked riots that continue to rock America and several other cities across the world. As we mourn George Floyd's untime...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 7th Jun 2020
  • 47
Bailout will rescue Manufacturers from COVID-19's economic pit

Local companies are so deep in the economic pit that tax refunds should just be a small part of a much broader and deeper economic stimulus plan. One of the big steps that will make a big difference in this journey is a local manufacturer stabilization fund modelled after Germany's wirtschaftsstabilisierungsfonds, which means Economy Stabilization ...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 31st May 2020
  • 91
We Have a Moral Obligation to Unlock the Opportunities Hidden in Covid-19

Our morality should compel us to commit that we shall make a positive difference during this covid-19 pandemic. Presently, most businesses and virtually all institutions are closed. We can turn this negative into a positive. With schools closed, education stakeholders are now tussling about the opportune time to reopen those schools. As they do tha...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 24th May 2020
  • 139
Say Yes to good politics, and a big No to politicking

Instead of demanding a cessation of politics, we should demand for good politics. If your political representatives are often discussing other politicians, then they are small-minded messengers of bad politics. Bad politics is rooted in ignorance. Kenyans don't have to choose between politics and development because that is a false choice. But they...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 17th May 2020
  • 99


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