One of the most fundamental rights humans have is the right to continue learning and developing their abilities. Aside from improving people's health, it also aids in reducing poverty and illiteracy. This is a direct result of parents and governments working together to provide children with the best and most affordable education possible.
Radio is one of the oldest forms of mass media. One would think that the invention of the internet and the proliferation of social media sites would undermine the essence and value of the radio broadcasting but that has not happened, at least not in Africa. While the internet largely serves its part in mass communication, radio still champions the cause, especially at the local and communal level.
Nelson Havi, a Lawyer allied to the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto is seemingly in shock after a court ruled that Governors will now vie without a degree as a legal requirement during general elections and by-elections. He has taken to his Twitter account arguing that the Attorney General of Kenya, Justin Muturi must appeal against the decision by the court to allow Governors to vie without a degree.