Mukoma Wa Ngugi


How I found an adoptive family in a Boston bar - Guardian, Thursday 24 November 2011

For Kenya’s sake, candidates for the presidency should hold public debates   Daily Nation, September 6  2011 

Africa Review, August 19  2011
 

Where is the outspoken African church?              Business Daily Africa  January 19,  2010

What became of Kenyans’ optimism?              Business Daily Africa    October 27 2009

Africa needs dynamic leadership                                                  Business Daily Africa   August 5 2009

American policy on Africa in focus            Tuesday, July 28,  2009  Business Daily Africa  

Africans who work against great odds         January 13,  2009

The riddle of identity means I can live in the US for 20 years yet still be treated differently – by both black people and white
Guardian, 14 January 2011

 
Guardian, 6 June 2010
Nicholas Kristof seems to think poor people should not seek pleasure at the expense
of practical needs. It's not that simple


Guardian, 13 Sep 2009: Resistance
to US healthcare reform springs
from American belief in middle
class prosperity and individual
self-reliance
 
Guardian 10 Mar 2009: Barack Obama
must figure out how American capitalism
and global capitalism can live side by side
 
Guardian 5 Dec 2008:  Barack Obama
may be sympathetic to Africa's problems,
but solving them requires US policy
changes he can't possibly make
 
14 Jul 2009: If Obama and the G8
truly want to help Africa's poor, they
must stop supporting the continent's
corrupt leaders
 

We Are Sailing 

Finally in Kenya after a three year
absence, I am alarmed. It feels like
a ship whose cargo is a terrible future
of violence has already set sail from
the distant hell of Africa's past and
is heading for our shores. It will dock
in the near future.  And we, the
politicians, political activists, writers
and intellectuals, are simply bickering
over what exactly this ship may
contain...
 
 

 
 
 
 With so many African's making their living abroad, Mukoma wa Ngugi argues that goverments back home need to speak up for them and oppose their discrimination by the West.
 
International Herald tribune: July 25, 2008
 
 
 
History is not done with us  Radical History Review
Volume 2005, Number 91, Winter 2005 

What is America to Me?
Thoughts on the US Presidential Elections
- Black Commentator,
October 23, 2008 - Issue 296.