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Communications & campaigns consultant|Writer| Editor- Commission Me||Columnist | Researcher| Fellow 2020/1
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Boniface Mwangi 29m
If your MP or Senator commits a crime,a police officer cannot arrest him without the authorization of deputy inspector general of police. In Kenya, you’re guilty until proven rich.The rich never get jailed here because police and judges bend the laws to protect them.
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MT 23m
Replying to @SpryVoice
Haha what is the flip side?
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MT 30m
I sometimes look at the excellence in the social media kits prepped by INGOs for international days and big occasions and I get jealous because I would love to run a department with that size and budget 😩
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Michael Kofi A.||♤🇬🇭 11h
Replying to @MikeKofiA
It's interesting, almost like repressing wages to maximize profit means workers can't buy what's produced stalling the entire model based on consumption 🤔
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Michael Kofi A.||♤🇬🇭 13h
This is groundbreaking stuff
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MT 2h
Replying to @MarigaThoithi
"but the process is the punishment." hit hard because the prosecution process takes years irrespective of the absurdity of the charges or the hypervisible politics and persecution behind the prosecution and the state capitalises on that.
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MT 2h
"unsurprisingly, the unprosecutable, politically motivated criminal charge against me has been dismissed. i’m sure the cops who tackled me on the steps of a church knew there was no crime to convict me of, but the process is the punishment." -
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MT 2h
Replying to @thee_lovechild
And the caucasity!
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Singh 13h
Microfinance as poverty trap " . . . tiny loans usually provided under microcredit schemes seem to lift large numbers of people out of poverty. Poor people need credit that enables them to go beyond meeting immediate consumption needs and build permanent assets."
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Amnesty Kenya 5h
Today our ED, is moderating a virtual conversation between and . They will be discussing what lessons the Kenya Police Reforms Working Group can draw from the Movement and the Movement.
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MT 4h
"Colonizers write about flowers, I tell you about children throwing rocks at Israeli tanks, Seconds before becoming daisies, I want to be like those poets who care about the moon, Palestinians don't see the moon from jail cells and prisons"
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MT 4h
Replying to @MarigaThoithi
Here's the download link:
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MT 4h
Replying to @kmwiti27
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MT 4h
This is the PERFECT headline.
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Mdogo 5h
A brief history of resistance to by (D. Okolla)
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MT 4h
Book lovers who are looking for a great read on political persuasion, look no further. It's a free download and an easy read. Let me know what you think about this beautiful piece of literature. You can apply it to local ruling elite sycophants too 😄
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Samira Sawlani 6h
In Ivory Coast musicians Yodé and Siro were detained y’day after reporting to a police summons. Media report tht during a concert they criticised the Public Prosecutor in reference to violence which took place during October election which saw President Ouattara secure a 3rd term
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Samantha Maina 11h
This government is SICK. BBI signatures are being collected using LIES that one is signing up for the COVID-19 vaccine. Wtf?
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Keston K. Perry Dec 2
I was born in the Caribbean, lived there for most of my life (27 years) and study the region's history, economics, and institutions. I still don't know everything about it. I don't understand how people come from their enclaves in North America/Europe and *know all* about Africa.
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gathara 12h
Replying to @gathara
US ruler Donald "Papa Don" Trump, who put relatives in senior government positions and gave them access to the country’s oil wealth, denies he is charging them for presidential pardons as the wall of silence around America's entrenched culture of corruption collapses.
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