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Etiquette of Exchanging Books & Reading Together

By Wr. Gabriel Dinda   Other than betting, football and politics, we are happy to announce that there is a minority group of ardent readers whose existence is threatened by the majority who fall in the above categories. The minority group has been forgotten by feminists, the government and even the civil society. So, since …

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Commonwealth Day Message by Her Majesty The Queen

  This Commonwealth Day, a baton will set out from Buckingham Palace and begin a long and extraordinary journey. Over the next twelve months, the Baton will visit people living in the nations and territories of our Commonwealth family in every continent and ocean. Carried on its way by thousands of people of all ages …

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POPULATION RISE, IS IT A VICE THREATENING OUR FUTURE?

By Wr. Beatrice Wairimu On 31st October 2011, the world population hit the 7 billion mark. It is projected to be 8 billion in 2025 and 9 billion in 2050. By the end of the century, the population will be 10 billion people in the world. Thomas Malthus (1766-1834), an English clergyman, wrote an essay …

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Women Empowerment: A Potent Tool for Socioeconomic Growth and Development

By Winston Owino “If you empower women, you empower the society,” says Beatrice Wairimu, a Bachelors Degree holder in Environmental Studies & sociology, an ardent environmentalist, a former trainee of Plants for Life International and a mother. Beatrice hails from Nyangiti in rural Murang’a County. It is an agricultural county that has been greatly affected …

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Mutua Ezekiel

Dr. Ezekiel Mutua Charms the Youth at Masinde Muliro University’s  Youth Summit.

By Rahab Kinuthia, Masinde Muliro University. He is a charmer, ever at ease. It would be difficult for one to distinguish him among his juniors until you hear the term “ bwana CEO”. Meet Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, Chief Executive Officer of  Kenya Films & Classification Board(KFCB). An adept and experienced   public servant having served as …

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The Kenyan politics of ‘Undecided’ Voters

By James Osolo. Yesterday, CORD was in Meru, and they received quiet a good welcome, though all this depends on which side of your bread is buttered. At the same time, there was another activity in Narok, where Rutto’s Chama cha Mashinani received a big wig. All these, of course are expected but there is …

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Renewed

The Pressure of, ‘Where are you Working?”

By Wr. Gabriel Dinda If you graduated recently, you surely know what I mean. You know that feeling of meeting a former class mate of yours, who copied from you, in a designer suit and a car keys.  Then he asks you that question which you always wanted to avoid. “Where do you work?” “…mmh …

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