I am a public intellectual and academic, interested in presidential politics (strategy & communication) in Kenya. I work at Kabarak University as a Senior Lecturer, founding and substantive Head of the Department of Mass Communication in the School of Music and Media. I hold a PhD in Communication and Media (Laikipia University); Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication and Bachelor of arts(Literature, Philosophy and Economics) from Egerton University (Kenya). I am a weekly columnist with The Standard Newspaper (print and digital). I was the 2017 Governance Institute Laureate with the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Senegal. I have featured on BBC, Kenya Television Network (KTN TV) and Spice FM; talking on presidential politics. My approach in critiquing, predicting and commenting on the presidency is anchored on the theories of political economy.