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Corruption & Constituency Development Fund (CDF)

Click here for a .pdf version [1] Tweet Related Article Corruption Needs a Change of Attitude Since inception back in 2003 the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) has transformed rural Kenya in ways that central planning and administration of funds did not achieve in more than 40 years of independence. CDF management, however, faces challenges that […]

Nyamira County & Choice Ahead of Us

Our Collective Role in County & National Development[1] Tweet click here to download a.pdf version of this document We have an opportunity of a life time! Accept our greetings from Canada where, unlike Kenya at the moment, we are in freezing winter temperatures. Like Mogusii said: ‘ngongo n’ibere. I am glad that you have convened […]

Moreno Ocampo, the ICC and us Kenyans

By Matunda Nyanchama Toronto, Ontario December 27, 2010 Related Articles Moreno Ocampo & ICC in Kenya – Cheer with Caution Kenya – Roots of Election Conflict & Hope for the Future Election Controversy Must Not Warrant Senseless Killings International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor, Moreno Ocampo, has named six Kenyans in relation with the 2008 post-election […]

Sports & Its Potential for Development

by Matunda Nyanchama Nyamira, Kenya, November 27, 2010 [1] Ukiona vyalea, vimeundwa I greet you in the name of national development of our national and common good. I bring you greetings from the Kenyan Diaspora and affirm that they are watching our country with deep engagement. They are part of the re-awakening of the developments […]

Speaking About Kenya – II

On October 13, 2010, I spoke with Denzel Musumba on East Africa Blogtalk Radio; we covered extensive topics with respect to Kenya’s condition, development challeges and solutions thereof. I answered a lot of questions put forth by listeners. Subjects ranged from the hopes for the new dispensation, the Kenyan Community Abroad (KCA) & the role […]

The case for Publishing & (with) Nsemia Inc. Publishers

By Matunda Nyanchama Download the .pdf version of this speech October 1st, 2010[1] “I put forward formless and unresolved notions, as do those who publish doubtful questions to debate in the schools, not to establish the truth but to seek it.” – Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592), French essayist. I want to thank Professor Njoki Wane […]

Education – Gusii Diaspora Takes Action/Message Home

By Matunda Nyanchama Kisii, Kenya August 19, 2010 Participants at the 5th Annual Gusii Educational Advancement & Resources (GEAR) have called for improved standards of education in Gusii. They appealed to all stakeholders to play their rightful roles responsibly and be accountable for their actions. This would ensure that schools in the region do not […]

Youth & Democratic Governance

Remarks to Nyamira Youth Workshop August 11, 2010, Nyamira, Kenya Click here for a .pdf version of this speech. Youth in nation-building & community leadership; youth role in electoral process; youth & national leadership; youth & governance I bring you greetings from Canada and the Kenyan Diaspora. Our people in the Diaspora are elated with […]

Remarks to Nyamira Civic Forum on Draft Constitution

By Matunda Nyanchama Click here for a .pdf version of this article A question to ponder! “There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time as come.” – Victor Hugo The question is whether constitutional reforms underway is an idea whose time has come. It […]

Education, its Value & Examinations – A Perspective

By Matunda Nyanchama Nyamira, Gusii, Kenya. December 27, 2008 Speech to students attending counseling session on examination performance in Nyamira, Gusii, Kenya. Pastor Mouko, convenor of this examination counseling session, fellow panellists, invited guests, examination counselees, ladies and gentlemen. I am pleased to be here today, as part of this distinguished panel on the matter […]