KDA PRESS RELEASES
MRADI BORA OR BORA MRADI? A PROFESSIONAL VIEW ON NIIMS
Over the last two months or so, there has been an ongoing public debate on the “Huduma Namba” initiative, more formally referred to as the National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS). The project is expected to cost the tax payer Six Billion Kenya Shillings, with some of the major human rights bodies seeking to block it through litigation.The High Court has given the greenlight…….
KENYANS CANNOT AFFORD TO SQUANDER THE ‘HANDSHAKE’ OPPORTUNITY: OPINION PIECE
Kenyans and Friends of Kenya must cease the moment to move the country to greatness. We have a once in a
PROPOSAL FOR UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY–AFRICA (USIU-AFRICA) PARTNERSHIP AND FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN IN THE USA
As part of the university strategic goal towards being a leading research institution in the region, USIU-Africa envisions to raise funds to support university priorities by developing and fostering strong external partnerships with various entities in Kenya and abroad.
USIU-Africa Vice Chancellor, Professor Paul Tiyambe Zeleza and Director of University Advancement, Mr. James Ogolla are scheduled to conduct a six week partnership and fundraising campaign in the USA between April 11, 2018 and May 18, 2018 to raise funds to support critical growth areas of the university in line with the USIU-Africa Strategic Plan 2015-2020, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of 2015/2030 and Kenya’s Vision 2030……
HEFTY COURT PETITION FINES WILL ONLY FURTHER ENCOURAGE ELECTORAL MALPRACTICES
The Kenya Diaspora Alliance (KDA) has observed with dismay the huge fines meted out on election petition losers. The highest pronounced so far was KSh 12,000 million, and the majority being between KSh 3-10 million. These figures are double injury to persons already aggrieved by petition loss, and a great disincentive to people who in future my wish to take complaints to court. The likely unintended effect is elections becoming a ‘do or die’ that must be won at any cost, because redress in court by ‘losers’ will be anathema…..
KENYA DIASPORA ALLIANCE HAILS LEADERS’ UNITY OF PURPOSE AND REITERATE CALL FOR STRUCTURED, INCLUSIVE NATIONAL DIALOGUE
The Kenya Diaspora Alliance (KDA) hails the bold and statesmanlike step President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga have taken to reunite the country, heal wounds and take back the nation onto a path of justice, cohesion, greatness and shared prosperity. We welcome this development with guarded optimism, though…..