Corruption, fraud and the missing outrage
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Corruption, fraud and the missing outrage

By John Kamau There are two Latin phrases used in law that seek to distinguish between what is wrong...

Can Corruption and Development Co-Exist?

By John Kamau While recently discussing the corruption in Kenya with a friend, they pointed out we may be...

The fight against corruption: lessons from Kenya and Zambia

By John Kamau and Andre Chibuye In 2018, a Zambian parliamentary delegation visited Kenya to learn how to effectively...

Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Africa: reality or mirage?

By Joseph Kagiri and Mulama Mwila Health is a critical part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDG...

Analysis of the Counter-Terrorism Policy of the Nigerian Government

By Sunday Jerome Salami In 2014, Boko Haram gained global attention when they kidnapped over 250 girls in the...

Politics and Guns: The Intricacies of Somalia’s Coming Elections

By Abdalle Ahmed Mumin The price of an AK-47, the standard weapon of Somali militias, has soared on gun...

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