• Life Beyond The Election by : October 24, 2017

    Since the 2007 -2008 Post election violence, the world holds its breath during each election, some with worried hearts others with some with eager anticipation. But Kenyans need to learn to share the narratives of everything else that is happening ...

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  • Journey of a Mum: Weaning by : September 19, 2017

    “While many people see weaning as the end of something it’s really a positive thing. A beginning, a wider experience. It’s a broadening of a child’s horizons, an expansion of his universe.. moving ahead slowly one careful step at a ...

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  • Kenya: A Calculated Jumble by : September 12, 2017

    A Soliloquy by Clinton Job They say, “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder,” so is politics. Back home, they say, “Everyone applauds his own bull; no matter what…thin or fat, weak or strong.” We no longer care ...

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  • The Pursuit of Purpose by : September 11, 2017

    Here are your first 3 key components There they were… 220 expectant eyes. Like laser beams, they homed in on us. “Who I’m I?” This was the topic my wife and I were to speak on. And we had less than ...

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