All posts tagged: Ali Nassoro Ali

Western Colonialists Funding Education to Perpetuate Intellectual Slavery

On Friday, 11 June 2021, President Uhuru Kenyatta congratulated UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson for pledging £430 million (approximately Ksh65 billion) towards the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) campaign. The president said that Kenya is grateful to PM Boris Johnson and the UK for leading the call to fund education and for rallying world leaders […]

Economic Partnership Agreement A Tool to Perpetuate Colonial Dominance

On Tuesday, 9 March 2021 Kenya’s Parliament ratified the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the United Kingdom. The trade deal will give UK goods 25 years of tax free entry into Kenya. (Daily Nation) Comment: Kenya’s ratification follows that of UK’s House of Lords debate that took place on Tuesday, 2 March 2021. (Business Daily, […]

100 Years Since the Destruction of the Khilafah: What Are You Doing to Reestablish It?

What is your situation right now? Do you think your current condition will remain intact and permanent? Your present circumstance is it directly or indirectly linked to the existing system of governance? If the answer to the last question is an absolute Yes, then, what initiatives have you put in place to change the current […]

100 Years Without the Khilafah: The Ummah Keeps Drowning in Tribal Conflicts

The Garre and Murule communities from Mandera County in Kenya have fought for years over boundaries, pasture and water amongst other vital resources. The two feuding communities were brought together by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) and officers from both the National and County governments. NCIC formed an arbitration committee to bring peace […]

Kenya Exporting Oil: Profit to Colonial Multinationals and Misery to Citizens

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday morning, flagged off the first 200,000 barrels of crude oil from Kenya. UK-based Chinese company, ChemChina, bought the first batch of the Kenyan crude oil at Ksh1.2 billion (USD12 million). This is part of the Early Oil Pilot Scheme (EOPS), which is an important step towards the South Lokichar Full […]