Internationally revered writer, columnist and Security Analyst Janet Mwikali-White has joined the Kenya-Today Team. Janet, who is currently writing a book about Kenya’s broken leadership, brings to Kenya Today a wide range of experience gathered writing for leading media outlets around the World.
Mwikali-White’s book Uhuru’s Fading Days in Power, will shake the very foundations of the Uhuru regime. It will be to Uhuru’s future political life something worse than what Peeling Back The mask did to Raila Odinga’s presidential ambitions.
This is indeed a good time for Kenya Today as it experiences tremendous growth mainly driven by its impartial and fair analyses of political developments in Kenya.
For the nation’s spiralling difficulties, Mwikali-White’s opinions will be fundamental during this moment when the entire nation is pulling in one direction in seizing the Father of The Nation(Raila Odinga’s) call for National Dialogue.
The theme of Mwikali-White’s writings will be more about freedom and uniting the nation in line with Peace, Love and Unity as preached by Kenya’s inspirational leader Raila Odinga.
Beautiful, smart, intelligent, exposed, Mwikali-White will be a beauty with brains but not a socialite, on Â Kenya Today, the only online blog that keeps all Uhuru Kenyatta acolytes awake. We also seek to enter the Broadcast media, as soon as the scared Uhuru Government approves the Licensing, and Mwikali will again be what Esther Arunga-Timberlake used to be back in the good old TV days.
She is indeed going to be the goddess, princess and bad girl (all rolled into one) of Kenya’s left-wing writing. As the management puts its bet and money where its mouth is, Kenya Today has no doubt that she will exceedingly surpass what Miguna Miguna is to Kenya’s rightwing.
Janet Mwikali- White will complement Dikembe Dikembe’s (not his boyfriend) long cherished work of incisively analysing day to day developments in Kenya, Africa and the globe. Janet will also lead Kenya Today’s outreach to the Diaspora.
To the fans of Kenya-Today, this is a belated Madaraka Day gift. Join me in welcoming the beautiful Janet Mwikali- White into the Kenya Today stable.
Long live Kenya Today.