Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Conflict Perspective of Education in Kenya.

The education system in Kenya is . . . terrible!. Notoriously known to encourage inequality with some going as far as saying that education is the root cause of all problems Kenya. On 29.12.2014, the Secretary concerned with things education … Continue reading

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Lamenting for Kenya, Her People and Leaders

The land our forefathers bestowed on us. The land which they united to fight for. Hoping we would enjoy bliss and wouldn’t be taken from us. They thought they had done justice for saving us from the creamy man. They … Continue reading

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How Kenyans can avoid The Gulf, Saudi through self-employment.

Of course someone told me. There are too many job opportunities available why trade your soul knowing well what you will undergo, in the hands of a foreign Arabian master? Worse than employment by the Indians, others agreed. Let’s take … Continue reading

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Part 2 of The Saudi Affair: How Kenyans are sold into slavery in the Gulf.

Hope, transfer from makuti house were Mama Nina’s way out of poverty, Nina was the way. Despite her mahamri business doing well. She wanted a better life for her children, her daughter brought the hope she had clutched onto for … Continue reading

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The Saudi Affair that kills Kenyans: Part 1

The allure of the western world pushes majority of Kenyans to go seek for greener pastures. Of course, we will want something exciting in our lives, something that makes a difference. Something that we don’t have. When a house-help is … Continue reading

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Reviewing Don’t Mess with Kansiime.

Excitement flooded me when I heard there was going to be a new programme early this year on Citizen Television. I don’t know which month exactly, so pardon me there. Starting with zeal, power and strength I have never seen … Continue reading

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Part two: Encouraging Kenyans to embrace online businesses.

We have come a long way, haven’t we? Even those born into royalties, if you haven’t well . . . . I have. Giving up, brought to my knees, to nothingness, faced a few no’ s and countable yes ‘s … Continue reading

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A Kenyan Woman’s Journey Online To Making Money: Part 1

One would think that with the evolution of communication, Kenyans would trust anything to do with global communication : online shopping, meeting and greeting. Of course, some have embraced these methods of enhancing their lives. After all, for those who … Continue reading

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8 reasons over commercialising of Christmas is the result of thuggery in Kenya.

”Christmas, Christmas everybody sing, Christmas Christmas every body shout”. These were the songs we enjoyed when growing up in the joyful household in Nanyuki. Back then we went to church to celebrate the birth of Christ. In fact, we were … Continue reading

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Revolutionising the Luo Youth of Kenya.

Say you are a Luo and majority believe they know you. In Kenya, there are many ethnic tribes, I realised haven’t shed some light on what caused the 2007 general election. It’s the ethnic clashes, right? Wrong, just a few … Continue reading

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