To achieve Agenda 2063, Africa must steer its ship. African youths across the continent and abroad need to lead discussions to improve Africa and engender our common aspirations. The first step to achieving this is coming together to share our common ideals and goals as millennials.Read More
In this edition, we interview the suave gentleman cum millennial, Chukwudi Ofili who is an Associate Partner at DETAIL Commercial Solicitors where he leads the Fintech and Legal Tax Advisory Practice Group. He is a First-Class Honours graduate from Babcock University and an LLM degree holder from the University of Georgia School of Law and is qualified to practice law in Nigeria and the State of New York.Read More
The recent media reports from BBC Africa have indicated that there is an elite child trafficking gang in Kenya . Children are a huge commodity due to the rise of couples who desire to have children.Read More
In this edition, we feature the effervescent Ms Mary Izobo who is an International Human Rights Lawyer, Gender Advocate and Governance Expert with experience in the field of human rights, governance, democratization and the rule of law for development.Read More
Illusionary Public Participation In The Amendment Of The Constitution Of Kenya: The Panacea Of A Bleeding Non-Participatory Populace- Steve Gerry
Although the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 (Constitution) asserts the need for the realization and enforcement of a participatory democracy that allows the active involvement and participation of the citizenry, participation of the people in Kenya continues to be just another journey of the road to Damascus.
It is imperative to note that public participation processes serve to strengthen institutions of representative democracy by democratizing those institutions. In the most pragmatic sense, in a participatory democracy, the public is actively involved in the decision-making process of the Government.Read More