Letter to Hon. Zuleika Hassan, Kwale Woman Representative, The Kenya Parliament

In fact, honourable one, challenge them and ask: should we investigate whether those men are on the payroll of Nestle? After all, if breastfeeding mothers are not allowed to bring their babies to work and to breastfeed their babies on demand, when the baby needs fresh milk from the breast, the alternative is to feed babies on inferior milk that is infant formula.

Terrorism and Our Own Little Internet Bubbles

Allegedly, Google is reinforcing this negative trend, as is argued by Eli Praiser in his article published in the Guardian Weekly (24/06/11) entitled: ‘In our own little internet bubbles: The personalisation of search engines traps us in a self-reinforcing world-view’.

The Power of Language

Anne Kasiime's Mrs. Karemera is an “advocator of conspiracy, an advanced aspect of constitutional concepts of indigenous aspects.”

Uganda and Neo-Colonialist Capitalism

Cases such as the BIA saga re-affirm ones objection to business propositions that are couched in pity language. You know those propositions characteristically made by those afflicted by the ‘Machiavellian-saviour-complex’

The Myth of Trump’s Shithole Countries

We are complicit in our outrage against racist statements by ‘white supremacists’, such as Trump, if we do not insist on historicising and contextualising their non-factual racist statements in history. How is it that a ‘black/brown country’ that is owed 20 billion US dollars by a ‘white country’ is the one Trump considers a shithole?