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The Blurred Future of The 6-Year-Old Boy That Hangs at The Muguka Joint

The Blurred Future of The 6-Year-Old Boy That Hangs at The Muguka Joint

    November last year came with a lot of change for me. It had been two weeks since my...
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Finding My Forte in 2017

Finding My Forte in 2017

2017 has been a labyrinth for me. I was working on finding my footing in so many areas in my...
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The Do What You Love Narrative Favors the Privileged in Society

The Do What You Love Narrative Favors the Privileged in Society

Nobody listens when you cry foul, when you say things like ‘life is unfair’ because life has never been fair....
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The Business Opportunity in the Plastic Bags Ban in Kenya

  Regular plastic bags remain for up to 100 years contributing the highest percentage to the world’s environmental degradation as...
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A Narcissist for a Friend

“I” and “me” are their favorite vocabulary, the world literally revolves around them, your woes don’t matter, your problems can...
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A Good Woman is a Humble Woman

“No sweet angel, a girl should never raise her voice in the midst of men” A mother will be heard...
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Kereita Forest

Kereita Forest

Kereita Forest is a historical landmark for Kenya. People in this area gave their lives in exchange for our independence...
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The Higher  Road

The Higher Road

  A Quote like “The difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is character” sounds like one of those cliché...
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To Ban or not to Ban Plastic Bags in Kenya.

To Ban or not to Ban Plastic Bags in Kenya.

Dandora one of Nairobi’s largest dumping sites tells the story of the plastic bags menace in Kenya vividly, about 5O%...
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Finding Purpose

Finding Purpose

One of life’s ironies is that we are afraid of  dying and afraid  of aging  yet living a long life...
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Green Walkers

Time is the most precious commodity not even gold and  diamond can compare to time .Its thus flattering when a group of young people decide to put every other business they have behind them and be part of a 10Km walk in Karura Forest to create awareness on the need …

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Environmental Capital

Environmental capital is the corner stone of any economy of a country. For the other sectors to thrive the environment has to be well taken care off. The worlds ecosystem and its biodiversity has over the years continued to be threatened by continuous human encroachment on forests, water ways and …

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Serving Nations as a Social Entrepreneur

  Selflessness and providing services for the greater good and not just for the money is rare. Many people will only invest their time and skills if they are raking in millions from any given project. This means that there are aspects of our society that will be left unattended …

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Young People for Climate Change

Climate change is considered a boring topic by most young people. It’s not one of the things that will pop up in their discussions over coffee, pizza or a couple of cocktails yet it’s one that directly affects the quality of life they are living now and that of their …

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