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Archive for the year 2001

The Kenyan Community Abroad – The President’s New Year’s Message

By Matunda Nyanchama Issued December 31, 2001 I wish to admit, at the onset, that this was a challenging year for our organization; to state otherwise will be less than candid. However, as an organization, I am sure we viewed the challenges as our growing pains. If anything, the challenges presented a test to our […]

Roots of African Politico-Economic Instability: The Kenyan Example

By Matunda Nyanchama , President of the Kenyan Community Abroad (KCA) e-mail: president@kenyansabroad.org [Excerpts of a speech delivered to the International & Exchange Students at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. November 20, 2001.] Before independence In reminiscing about the struggle for freedom, Nelson Mandela cites, among his heroes, one Field Marshal Dedan Kimathi, the 1950s […]

Youth Not a Panacea for Kenya’s Political Problems

By Matunda Nyanchama Toronto, Ontario September 23, 2001 The Kanu-NDP marriage consummation has yet to happen. Once it comes into being, the union is expected it wield substantial sway in the political process, starting with the constitutional reforms that are underway and stretching, the architects hope, into the future. Of great interest in the general […]

KCA – Time for Reform & Change of Tactics

By Dr. Matunda Nyanchama, President of the Kenyan Community Abroad (KCA) Speech to 3rd Annual KCA Conference & AGM Simmons College, Boston, MA July 7th, 2001 This is NOT the speech I intended to make on this auspicious occasion of our 3rd in a series of our annual KCA conferences. I put away the speech, […]