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                  About The Elephant

                  Mission Statement?

                  Drawing on the Pan-Africanist ideals and the African experience, The Elephant aims to be at the centre of the national dialogue, speaking truth power in a quest to re-imagine a state and a society that guarantee a life of inclusivity and dignity for all.

                  Editorial Philosophy

                  The Elephant’s philosophy informs the editorial approach. Founded on the principles of Pan-Africanism,?The Elephant?was established in 2016 as a platform for dialogue and the pursuit of Truth, epitomised by a willingness to re–imagine state and society ? by exposing their relationship in order to restore the balance of power – social, economic and political – in society especially for the marginalised, alienated and dispossessed.?

                  The Elephant?is dedicated to the construction of a narrative of a robust, generative, and diverse national identity imbued with the African experience.?The Elephant?recognises the importance of the formation, evolution and disposition of socio–cultural, economic and political institutions and their relationships, and whose workings have laid the foundation of our current existential framework.?

                  The Elephant’s?determination to interrogate and explore the uncomfortable, the unknown and the under-represented is underpinned by a reverence for fact and a commitment to honesty and integrity.?



                  Editorial autonomy lies at the heart of?The Elephant. No individual or organisation has undue influence on – or the right of interference with – our contributors.?The Elephant’s?contributors should provide thorough, well-researched work that is intellectually rigorous, original and free from commercial, political and proprietorial bias.?

                  Truth and objectivity?

                  Inasmuch as we acknowledge the reality of different standpoints, we all strive to arrive at the truth as best we can, backed by a fundamental belief that truth must always evince a sense of objectivity in our users. Plagiarism or the deliberate provision of false information for publication is a betrayal of the fundamental principles that undergird?The Elephant.?

                  Information for the common good?

                  We believe in the power of information to challenge, build and influence society. To this end, our interventions shall resonate – and provoke critical engagement – with issues, concerns and debates of relevance to Kenya , Africa and the world.?


                  At the core of our commitment is integrity.?The Elephant?aims to adhere to the highest possible standards in delivering quality information.?


                  Derived from the lived experience and history of the people, Truth should be manifest, felt and experienced.?The Elephant?intends to “keep it real” in its bid to explain society to the people.


                  The views expressed in The Elephant are those of the authors, and do not necessarily?reflect the views of the publication or its board.

                  Dr. David Ndii
                  Gado Mwapembwa
                  Dr. Godwin Murunga
                  John Githongo
                  Dr. Mshai Mwangola
                  Dr. Wandia Njoya
                  Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor


                  Dauti Kahura
                  John Githongo
                  Oyunga Pala – Chief Curator


                  Alan Kawamara
                  Eunice Kamau
                  Joe Kobuthi
                  Juliet Atellah
                  Margaret Aduto
                  Nahila Galole
                  Vincent Muchangi

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