The bounce back of Gold

By Baikúlia-òBamung'o TRENDING in recently, is the news of foul murder there in Kilimani, Kenya's leading dungeon of sin, treachery and illicit carnal carnivores. Grapevine that circulated after the murder insinuated the crime was a culmination of trade in gold gone haywire. Gold, again, is a hot cake in asset investing. Historically, the biggest drawback … Continue reading The bounce back of Gold

The allure of the Auction Theory

Auction markets illustration Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson are the laureates for the Nobel prize for economic sciences this year. Their works on inventing new dimensions in regime of the auction theory. Historically, a common auction method has been that of the sale by the fall of the hammer. In this method, people have always … Continue reading The allure of the Auction Theory

How to conceal a heist: A guide to looters, scammers and corruption mandarins

By Baikòlia-ò-Bamung'ò Summary: Public funds looters are running amok. Looting may be easy, but it requires some sophistication to conceal looted funds. This easy offers an advisory on mechanisms within realm of international public finance looters may explore to conceal their loot and evade taxes. You’ve just looted Eurobond. Or Covid-19 funds. Where would you … Continue reading How to conceal a heist: A guide to looters, scammers and corruption mandarins

From Slavery to Racism: Unearthing Forgotten History of Black Experience.

By Thura Nira 1. Recalling the Ages of extremes for black experience When you delve deeper into the historical context, you’ll discover that the distinction between “us” and “them”, between a white nation and their black counterparts, is illusory. Sadly, the Black people’s role in history of these nations is often overlooked or forgotten. Yet, … Continue reading From Slavery to Racism: Unearthing Forgotten History of Black Experience.

Kenya should adopt Proportional Representation electoral system

By gatuyu t.j Just look at the Kenya's National Assembly. It is composed of 349 Members. These comprise of 290 members elected from single member constituencies across the country. There are 47 women representatives elected from each of the 47 counties. There are 12 members nominated to represent special interests - youth, persons with disabilities, … Continue reading Kenya should adopt Proportional Representation electoral system