Monday, April 20, 2009

Ssshhh ........... it's me - slipped in under the radar !!

Slipped out for a while - defected to Wordpress - didn't much like it there ....... probably not enough critics - so thought I'd shoot back in here under the radar and hang out here again via Twitter.

Karibu tena chaps .......



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    4 comments:

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    Not enough critics? The very concepts of blogosphere and criticism are absolutely antonomic! Blogs comments are for grovelling and sycophancy, and that is what bloggers expect.

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    Mercy Kakoro said...

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    The Africa Centre for Open Governance (AfriCOG) is an independent, non-profit making organisation with a mandate to provide cutting edge research on governance and public ethics issues and, monitor governance fundamentals in both the government and the private sector. AfriCOG's governance and anti-corruption reform initiative are aimed at addressing the structural causes of Kenya's governance crisis by a knowledgeable citizenry.

    Please find below links to reports that are part of AfriCOG’s responsive research program examining topical issues of public interest in a bid to provide insight into structural causes of corruption and bad governance. Digital copies of these publications are available on our website www.africog.org.

    Review of securities regulation
    http://www.africog.org/reports/africog%20comments%20on%20the%20capital%20markets%20authority%20regulations.pdf

    The maize scandal
    http://www.africog.org/reports/maize%20report.pdf

    Five years on: How effective is the KACC in Kenya’s fight against corruption?
    http://www.africog.org/reports/kacc.pdf

    Analysis of the fiscal management bill, 2008
    http://www.africog.org/reports/analysis%20of%20the%20fiscal%20management%20bill.pdf

    Ndung’u faults state’s resolve on land reforms
    http://www.africog.org/reports/ndung_u%20faults%20state.pdf

    Ringera: House urged to deny KACC funds
    http://www.africog.org/reports/press%20release%20on%20ringera.pdf

    Analysis of the triton oil scandal
    http://www.africog.org/reports/africog%20newsletter-triton.pdf

    ?mission impossible? Implementing the Ndung'u report http://www.africog.org/reports/mission%20impossible%20incomplete.pdf

    Implementing the Ndung’u report - short version
    http://www.africog.org/reports/africog%20(july%20issue).pdf

    "Free for all? Misuse of funds at the electoral commission of Kenya" - short version
    http://www.africog.org/reports/eck%20summary%20report%20final.pdf

    "Free for all?" Misuse of funds at the electoral commission of Kenya - full report
    http://www.africog.org/reports/eck%20report%20(plus%20annexes).pdf

    Annual report 2007-2008
    http://www.africog.org/reports/africog_07-08_annual_report.pdf

    Commissions of inquiry report
    http://www.africog.org/reports/commissions%20of%20inquiry%20full%20report.pdf

    An audit of kibaki's government anti-corruption drive
    http://www.africog.org/reports/narc%20audit.pdf

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