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Mr. Ken Ouko

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Local Address:  Kenya
University of Nairobi

Employment History

  • Sociology Lecturer
    University of Nairobi
  • Sociology Professor
    University of Nairobi
  • Analyst
    Nairobi University
  • Sociology Lecturer
    Nairobi University
  • Sociologist
    Nairobi University
  • Contributor
    East African Standard
  • Dean of Students
    Catholic University


  • Catholic University
37 Total References
Web References
We must restore the honor and ..., 22 June 2015 [cached]
We must restore the honor and dignity associated with fatherhood," remarked Ken Ouko, a sociologist in the University of Nairobi.
2007 August « KIKUYUS RIGHT TO BE, 1 Aug 2007 [cached]
Sociologist Ken Ouko
"Mungiki is a politically motivated wing of a religious organisation," says Ken Ouko, a lecturer of sociology at the University of Nairobi.
Sociologist Ken Ouko says the Mungiki sect seem to have managed to address a social and spiritual hunger among the young slum dwellers which the church and the state have failed to feed:
Prof Ken ... [cached]
Prof Ken Ouko
"Dating online is pretty awesome, but you can't rely on it as you don't know the person," a woman in her twenties says.
"Some of the Western people you meet on these websites are very weird, so you have to be very careful lest you meet someone who's really weird sexually and intellectually."
But just like other signs of modernity, internet dating may soon be widely accepted.
Ken Ouko, a sociology professor at the University of Nairobi, says this is likely to make life more for young adults in the long run.
"It is more difficult to build a relationship and develop trust with someone you meet out of the blue," he says.
Ken Ouko, a sociologist at ..., 13 July 2007 [cached]
Ken Ouko, a sociologist at the Nairobi University, says many poor Kenyans are unable to access more reliable ways of making money so they seek a quick way out and pyramids schemes provided the avenue.
The pyramid phenomenon in the country is also associated with recent economic growth, he says.
Kibaki's charter defeat shakes Kenyan politics, 23 Nov 2005 [cached]
"In terms of adherence to democracy, Kenya has come out very well," Nairobi University analyst Ken Ouko told Reuters.
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