Despite being public about my views, I prefer to be a private person. That doesn't quite work, but I try anyway.
My story, told by others
"We found love in our 40s," by Faith Oneya at Daily Nation
"Wandia Njoya, a mentor who loves to 'smell the flowers,'" by Juliet Owuor at julieinspire
"On Wandia Njoya's "Love and Revolution," by Hadassah Egbedi at Ventures Africa
"Pearls and Heels: Wandia Njoya" at Potentash
"Revolutionary Woman: Meet Dr. Wandia Njoya" by Joy Mwaniki at Ayiba Magazine
My words in other spaces
"When we remember, we believe" at Ikhide
"Addressing inequalities is key in curbing alcoholism" at Daily Nation
"The landscape has changed, critics have not," at Daily Nation
Response to Jane Corbin's BBC Documentary on Rwanda, done by Daystar University students
#Feesmustfall: Is higher education funding a colonial hangover? on Black Women Be Like
Ideas on democracy and pan-Africanism on "I Lead Africa" on WTV
Every article here, written by me or not, profoundly reflects what I think and believe.