• 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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  • Stop Blaming Politicians by : July 26, 2017

    By Charles Adede Stop laying all the blame on politicians because whether you blame the politicians or not, nothing changes. It goes back to something I have always said “the responsibility lies with you and what is between your ...

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