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  Written by: Meshack Masibo The West African nation of Nigeria is a country with a very unique social cultural situation in Africa. It is endowed with very influential men and women spread across a broad stratum of the society. But who are the real power brokers who make the crucial calls to determine the …

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Carole Ayugi, the Managing Partner at MMAN Advocates in Nairobi, is one of Kenya’s brightest legal stars. What drives her is empowering people to understand the law. She spoke to Africa Legal’s Carol Campbell. BY Carol Campbell. Carole Ayugi was a child when her mother, Francisca, lost her pension. Now, as one of Kenya’s top …

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By: Carol Campbell Tech start-up builds on continent’s instinct for good relationships to create networking, news and education platform for legal community Africa’s most famous lawyer, Nelson Mandela, understood better than anyone the power of the youth when he said: “Young people are capable, when aroused, of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo The earliest inhabitants of what is now Sudan can be traced to African peoples who lived in the vicinity of Khartoum thousands of years ago called Nubians or the people of the Kingdom of Kush. They battled the Romans, ruled Egypt as pharaohs and constructed vast fields of pyramids. Before …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo During the last 4,500 years, the pyramids have drawn huge amounts of admiration and interest, ranging in ancient times from religious worship to grave robbery, and, in the modern times, from claims for the pyramids possessing healing power to pseudoscientific searches by some archaeologists seeking hidden chambers or signs of …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo The Jonestown Massacre In 1955, Jim Jones founded the Peoples Temple in Indianapolis, Indiana. The sect was originally established to preach against racism and teach Christian ideals, though most would argue that the end result was ultimately the creation of a socialist cult. The Temple moved from Indianapolis to San …

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By Martin Wakaba – an individual who is keen on developmental concepts martin@mtkenyatimes.co.ke The connection between liberalism, capitalism, and democracy has always elicited different opinions and viewpoints. However, Fukuyama’s beliefs as affirmed in his writings go further than showcasing a mere connection between these aspects. In 1989, Francis Fukuyama penned an attention-grabbing piece of writing …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo A few days ago dozens of people were hurt in a grenade attack at during Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s first mass rally in the capital. According to international news Abiy had just wrapped up his speech in the heart of Addis Ababa before tens of thousands of people when …

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  Written by: Pratibha bissht  pratibhabissht@mtkenyatimes.co.ke        In today’s time Narendra Modi is a known face. Narendra Modi does not need of any introduction and his fan following on social is the proof of his popularity not only in India even outside of India also. Narendra Modi is the third most followed leader on …

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