< 1 min read. Professor Austin Bukenya, a poet, playwright, novelist and academic speaks with The Elephant.
< 1 min read. Is Kenya's excessive borrowing constitutional? What are the implications in the grand scheme of things? Just how big is Kenya's debt?
< 1 min read. First published on 15th March 2017 by Africa Uncensored. It has been one year since Africa Uncensored and HUYO exposed the goings on within Nairobi's City Inspectorate. We unveiled a cabal of corrupt officers who used violence, threats and the power of their officers to force thousands of hawkers into paying them bribes. What has changed, one year later? What do some of those vying to be Governor of Nairobi willing to do to collapse the city's #KanjoKingdom?
< 1 min read. Retired President Daniel Moi is credited with having run down the country during his 24-year tenure. How does his reign compare to that presided over by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his ruling Jubilee administration?
< 1 min read. First published on 24th April 2016 by Africa Uncensored. How does money extorted from informal traders on the streets of Nairobi wind up in the formal economy? The answer lies in one of Kenya's most cherished inventions; mobile money transfer service, M-Pesa. The final episode of Kanjo Kingdom tracks the liquid cash that corrupt City Inspectorate officers have taken from hawkers, and has a lesson from one of the whistle-blowers who have filmed these men and women for over a year.
< 1 min read. Africa Uncensored's John-Allan Namu recently sat down with economist David Ndii to discuss the latest efforts by the government to fight corruption in our ongoing collaboration with The Elephant.
< 1 min read. First published on 17th April 2016 by Africa Uncensored. How do you sustain a million shilling extortion scheme? Through Brutalizing and killing those you wish to extort. That is exactly what our investigation into corruption within Nairobi's City Inspectorate has uncovered. Take a look at the witness accounts and evidence of systematic brutality on episode three of Kanjo Kingdom.
< 1 min read. First published on 10th April 2016 by Africa Uncensored. 11.5 Million Dollars. It's a staggering figure. That's enough to pay the school fees of 811,000 Kenyan Primary School Children for one year. Yet this is what is extorted from hundreds of thousands of hawkers and informal traders in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi, every year. Many of these people earn 100 dollars or less every month. Behind this extortion are officers working for Nairobi City's government. Officers who operate with impunity, and often use deadly violence against the hawkers. This is part two of an Africa Uncensored,...
< 1 min read. First published on 4th April 2016 by Africa Uncensored. This first episode of "Kanjo Kingdom" begins an in-depth investigation into an extortion ring ran by officers from Nairobi City County's notorious Inspectorate department. Every month, officers from this department fleece hundreds of thousands of hawkers and informal traders of up to one million dollars.
< 1 min read. The Elephant in conversation with Aly-Khan Satchu, the Founder/CEO of investment advisory firm Rich Management.