In Kenya, elected office does not represent a duty to represent ordinary citizens, but an opportunity for personal enrichment.
Many of Nairobi’s apocalypse merchants and prophesy peddlers have disappeared in the past year. Reflections on how COVID-19 has re-shaped the city and residents’ lives.
Kenya’s Deputy President, William Ruto, wants to be president. He projects himself as a go-getter. But there is a more sinister story behind his hustler narrative.
Uhuru Kenyatta’s political war against his deputy president and supposed ally, William Ruto.