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The consumers are sovereign because they ultimately determine what has to be produced, in what quantity, and of what quality, contends Ludwig Von Mises in The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science.

We have come to know that every individual lives, from one generation to the next, in some society; that he lives out a biography, and lives it out within some historical sequence. By the fact of this living, he contributes, however minutely...SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION; C.W. Mills

Sh40 billion for infrastructural projects in the current fiscal year.

Duty collected from sale of beer, cigarettes, and spirits - the main revenue streams - declined by 16.3%, 16% and 11.2%, respectively, compared to 2016. Will we complete the DEFICIT puzzle?

The main pushback and competition for SGR will remain road transporters and clearing/forwarding agents. Otherwise, transportation all over the world is going electric.

Port Reitz/Moi International Airport Access road as at 11:34 am today 03/02/2018 implemented by KeNHA and overseen by TMEA; financed by both United Kingdom and Kenyan government(s).

'Frontier food industry' entrepreneurship, a common spectacle at the Kenyan coast.

How safe is the beef consumed locally in such a tourist destination?

While the region's fish industry is headed for a shutdown, after years of underdevelopment, thanks to cheap imports from China, which hit $18 million in 2017, twelve years after World Bank forgave $3.5 billion, nearly all Uganda's debt, external debt is now at $11.2 billion.

Life is at all times driven by fear.

Profitability under pressure due to rate cap while capital and liquidity remain robust in Kenyan banking sector.

Thucydides trap... Countries must avoid such a disastrous path of confrontation and take cooperation as the only viable option, both bilaterally and globally, to decrease the uncertainties and instability now permeating international relations.

To him that will, ways are not wanting. Picture via @Asmali77

That all persons in the state are equal before the law is another principle well enshrined in our constitution advances Kwame Nkrumah on PROBLEMS OF GOVERNMENT #FreeMigunaMigunaNow

As the second Eurobond floating draws closer, expectations on the yields on the government securities downwards, and self correction on the downward trend of the yield curve on Treasury bills is a realistic contention.

As we make moral long-term decisions that will affect the future of generations to come, it is prudent to consult accurate data, cognisant of the fact that no moral persuasion will coerce traders to take-up capacities on the SGR just to please anyone.

A man's place was not always there, waiting for him. As soon as he left, someone else rose and filled it. The clan was like a lizard, if it lost its tail it soon grew another, writes Chinua Achebe in Things Fall Apart, on banishment of Okonkwo. #MigunaDeported #RailaSwearingIn

Tough and resolute decisions on protection of local production from imports with have to be made if we are to deliver food security, value adding processing and jobs.


As plans to charge zero IDF and RDL is worked on, the ultimate financial burden of betting tax should be borne by the final consumer for it to be effective. Despite remittances growth boding well for the shilling, BPS should fast track measures to boost revenue mobilisation.

What is needed to become a capitalist, an entrepreneur or a deviser of new technological methods is brains and will power, postulates Ludwig Von Mises in THE ANTI-CAPITALISTIC MENTALITY.

@Bene_Anarchy @nderi_j @waweru @kenjapala @KResearcher @KenInvest @solo_ambuku @__anthonyng @TonyMurega @KAM_kenya THE INDIAN ECONOMY AT A CROSSROADS by Stephen Ezell and Robert Atikson

"Abstract Peaces" courtesy of @allafrica

Unless we can make the philosophic foundations of a free society once more a living intellectual issue, and its implementation a task which challenges the ingenuity and imagination of our liveliest minds, the prospects of freedom are indeed dark, posits F. A. Hayek.

@DonaldBKipkorir @NelsonHavi The political duel indeed 😂.

It's,however not quite explicit on what needs to be done by the leadership and the African people in their involvement together in this process of leap frogging Africa from the Third to the First world poses Prof. P. Anyang' Nyong'o on DEMOCRACY AND POLITICAL LEADERSHIP IN AFRICA

For any political system to be stable or to reproduce itself over time, it must be able to transform demands (inputs) into useful values (outputs) argues Prof. P. Anyang' Nyong'o in his work; The Study of AFRICAN POLITICS A critical Appreciation of a Heritage.

@FarahMaalimM As captured in this 'ORIGINAL' KENYA PICTURE

We believe that the fiscal deficit is too high and, therefore, also debt accumulation has been too fast and don't think the targeted deficit of about eight and nine percent is sustainable.