Someone sent me a text message on May 29. He asked if I was watching Mr. President chatting with the media. I said I wasn’t, that I had no light. I had been angry with Lawrence. Lawrence is my genset
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Of course democracy works. But it doesn’t work, can’t work, where those who should make it work fail to meet their share of the commitment to ensure that it works.
Mazrui is a scholar of inestimable value to Africa. You have to be in attendance at a forum where Mazrui performs to prove the accolade. I have had the privilege of watching him do what he knows best not only