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How masculinity and ‘outsiders’ are shaping politics in Gusiiland

OPINION

Tensions always arise between those deemed ‘outsiders’ and the locals or ‘natives’ where the former are perceived to be detached

How masculinity and ‘outsiders’ are shaping politics in Gusiiland

By Babere Kerata Chacha | 4 days ago

Why raging conflict in Ethiopia should worry East Africa states

Why raging conflict in Ethiopia should worry East Africa states

Somalia also directly depends on Ethiopia because of its intricate history of conflict and strategic intervention in this war-torn nation.

Babere Kerata Chacha | 10 days ago

How Ruto is riding on an economic crisis

Like Roosevelt, William Ruto knowingly or unknowingly has taken advantage of the Covids-19 crises and economic despondency.

Babere Kerata Chacha | 1 month ago

Why Kenyan elections attract global attention, stink of chaos

Ethnic factor in electoral politics is much stronger in Kenya than elsewhere in Africa.

Babere Kerata Chacha | 1 month ago

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