Category: News

How We Can Use Turkana As A Model For Fixing Kenya’s Local Economy

Dr. Kalua Green 19 February 2022 0

There are 143 million acres of land in Kenya. If this land was to be divided equally to each of Kenya’s 12.2 million households, each household would get about 12 acres of land.

Four Ways That Can Unlock the Potential of Kenya’s Land Resources

Dr. Kalua Green 12 February 2022 0

There are 143 million acres of land in Kenya. If this land was to be divided equally to each of Kenya’s 12.2 million households, each household would get about 12 acres of land.

The Key To Kenya’s Water Stress is in The Hands of Every Household

Dr. Kalua Green 5 February 2022 0

Picture two women each carrying twenty-liter containers of water on their heads. One in Nairobi and another one in Kitui County. For both, accessing water is a struggle. The one in Kitui has to walk for almost five kilometers to access water from a seasonal river while the one in Nairobi has to queue for as long as an hour to access water. Separately, residents of Wasini Island in South Coast, have to cross the ocean in small boats to fetch clean water. It is devastating, isn’t it?

Here Is How We Can Make Every Kenyan A Wealth Creator

Dr. Kalua Green 29 January 2022 0

I would like to congratulate our Members of Parliament for the excellent show of passion that they waged as they exchanged angry words, blows and water bottles in the National Assembly during the recent debate on the Political Parties (Amendment) Bill. The normal practice after such an episode is to condemn with the strongest terms because the parliament is an august house, the most honorable space. As such, I wish to clarify that I am acclaiming their show of passion and not the fight or reason for their fight. Now that we realize that we do not need to use a ‘passionometer’ to appreciate their desire to fix national issues, I suggest that they channel this passion and fight to deliver the following five major solutions that will endear them to the electorate.

The Four Keys To Lift Kenya Out Of Abject Poverty

Dr. Kalua Green 22 January 2022 0

I would like to congratulate our Members of Parliament for the excellent show of passion that they waged as they exchanged angry words, blows and water bottles in the National Assembly during the recent debate on the Political Parties (Amendment) Bill. The normal practice after such an episode is to condemn with the strongest terms because the parliament is an august house, the most honorable space. As such, I wish to clarify that I am acclaiming their show of passion and not the fight or reason for their fight. Now that we realize that we do not need to use a ‘passionometer’ to appreciate their desire to fix national issues, I suggest that they channel this passion and fight to deliver the following five major solutions that will endear them to the electorate.

Save Us From These Road Construction Disasters

Dr. Kalua Green 15 January 2022 1

I would like to congratulate our Members of Parliament for the excellent show of passion that they waged as they exchanged angry words, blows and water bottles in the National Assembly during the recent debate on the Political Parties (Amendment) Bill. The normal practice after such an episode is to condemn with the strongest terms because the parliament is an august house, the most honorable space. As such, I wish to clarify that I am acclaiming their show of passion and not the fight or reason for their fight. Now that we realize that we do not need to use a ‘passionometer’ to appreciate their desire to fix national issues, I suggest that they channel this passion and fight to deliver the following five major solutions that will endear them to the electorate.

Here Are The Five Fights That Will Endear Our MPs To The Voter

Dr. Kalua Green 8 January 2022 0

I would like to congratulate our Members of Parliament for the excellent show of passion that they waged as they exchanged angry words, blows and water bottles in the National Assembly during the recent debate on the Political Parties (Amendment) Bill. The normal practice after such an episode is to condemn with the strongest terms because the parliament is an august house, the most honorable space. As such, I wish to clarify that I am acclaiming their show of passion and not the fight or reason for their fight. Now that we realize that we do not need to use a ‘passionometer’ to appreciate their desire to fix national issues, I suggest that they channel this passion and fight to deliver the following five major solutions that will endear them to the electorate.

Five reasons why we should face 2022 with great optimism

Dr. Kalua Green 2 January 2022 0

Happy New Year friends and indeed what an amazing time to be living in Kenya! This might seem like a strange statement considering that we have just finished the second year with masks on our faces. From this perspective, it might appear that there isn’t much to celebrate about the New Year. However, we have so much to be thankful to God and be hopeful for.

We‌ ‌Should‌ ‌Finally‌ ‌Make‌ ‌Political‌ ‌Parties‌ ‌Count‌ ‌in‌ ‌2022

Dr. Kalua Green 18 December 2021 0

Exactly twenty years ago in December 1991, Kenya became a multi-party democracy. Before then, we were a one-party State with KANU the ruling party calling all the political shots. Records from The registrar of Political Parties show that Kenya has 83 registered political parties which is a sharp contrast from Tanzania’s 22 parties, Uganda’s 26, and Rwanda’s 11, although RPF, the ruling party, is the predominant player. However, does Kenya’s higher quantity of parties translate to a better quality of life for her citizens?

River Enziu Calls Us To Urgently Build Bridges

Dr. Kalua Green 11 December 2021 0

According to Chapter 63 of Kenya’s Penal Code, ‘Any person who by an unlawful act or omission causes the death of another person is guilty of the felony termed manslaughter.’