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Brian Nanok: The Engineer who fell in Love with Ladies’ Hair!

By Rumona Apiyo. Brian Nanok is a first born in a family of three. He was born and bred in Kainuk , Turkana county . He was bright student and thus earned himself a scholarship from the Philadelphia Free Pentecostal Church. When he finished his secondary school education, he was admitted at Rift Valley Institute …

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American Media

The Politics of American Media

By James Osolo. Nothing is more important in election season than the media. How the media analyses the election will most likely  swing the voters decisions when it comes to the actual voting day. Moreover, how the media portrays the candidates will likely influence how the public views them as Malcolm X puts it “The …

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Hillary Death

How Will I Forget the Death of My Friend, Hillary?

By Marvin Elly On the Saturday of 27th August 2016 at 3.58pm I received a text from my mum that shocked me to the spine “Go to Nyarach, Odhiambo is dead”. Even though I knew only one person named Odhiambo in Nyarach,  that day I tried not to imagine the text was referring to Hillary …

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High Road

Book Review: “The High Road” by Jeannie Maria

  By Rumona Apiyo. “No one looking the innocent faces of the form two class of High Road Academy would suspect that among them was a fully-fledged party animal, with her minions in the same class. No one would guess that there was a girl who was officially someone’s babe or the first time ever …

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To have a Bipolar Disorder and Not Understood is a sad thing!

Narrated by Njeri Macharia(Victim) I have been bed ridden for 2 days now and you don’t wanna know what has been going on in my head. On the bright side, I slept for 20 hrs…not straight but every time I would wake up I would force myself to go back to sleep, counting sheep, am …

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Will People ever Understand my Bipolar Disorder?-Njeri Macharia

Written by Wr. Njeri Macharia “I have simply survived.” This is always my response when people ask me how my year has been or how I get by without a job and am an adult or…yeah, trust me I can’t explain it either but I know am alive, survived just seems like the correct fit …

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Civic Resposnibility I

WHY BUSINESSES NEED TO EMBRACE CORPORATE CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY MORE

  By Geoffrey Moenga. Political processes are very imperative to any particular country since much of the fundamental decisions that determine its future are based on those decisions. As such, all stakeholders including the corporates are deemed to remain concerned on the end game of these processes. Elections, across the world, remain to be one …

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Most Managers Are Terrible at Accountability

STUDENTS THREATEN VASITY LEADERS OVER ACCOUNTABILITY.

4th year Communication and Information Technology students from the Kakamega based Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology -Pius Angatia and his counterpart Julius Amboko have issued a seven days ultimatum to Masinde Muliro financial directors to furnish them with up to date finance/bank statements and account for all expenditures so far incurred during the …

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Why we Need More Rehabilitation Centres.

While everyone clearly understands the dangers of involving in drugs, it is quite unfortunate that majority of individuals including young adults and youths are part of drug addiction problem. Furthermore, with the increase daily problems and lack of job opportunities, majority of the youths in the country are currently taking drugs and drinking alcohol under …

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Kiswahili

Who Buried Kiswahili Language in Kenya without our Knowledge?

Recently I was helping a friend do her curriculum vitae and to my surprise I noticed that she had written in the CV that she only knew basic Kiswahili. This is despite the fact that my friend has schooled in Kenya all the way from Kindergarten, Primary school, Secondary school, and through to a Kenyan …

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