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A Little Rain

I do not remember the first word I said. It was not Baba, because my father was rarely around, and didn’t much like me (from what I have heard). 260 more words

Poetry

Tom Mboya Labour College Kisumu~ a den of corruption and Nepotism

By Erick Omondi Okello

Tom Mboya Labour College staffs are suffering in silent and need the help from our Kisumu county leaders to come to their rescue, the rate of tribalism, nepotism, sexual demands from HoDs on casuals women and ladies especially in Departments such as Housekeeping, Hospitality and Catering, headed by Jack Jaoko and Thomas Kerongo is at high level. 370 more words

Social Justice

A Chinese mother’s 22-year heartbreak at a roadside shoe repair stand

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

For more than two decades Luo Xingzhen has attended her roadside shoe repair stand in southwestern China in the hope that her two missing children will return. 186 more words

Current Affairs

SOUTH SUDAN: Who Are The Dinka People?

The Dinka people or Jieng are a community, composed of many ethnic groups, inhabiting the East and West Banks of River Nile, from Mangalla to Renk, regions of Bahr el Ghazal, Upper Nile former two of three Southern Provinces in Sudan and Abyei Area of the Angok Dinka in South Khordofan of Sudan. 2,135 more words

Visiting Historical Sites

Any Kenyan that lived through the 90’s remembers one of the countries most dedicated Foreign Affairs Minister. When he spoke on behalf of the country in other countries – you would stand up and proudly declare ‘I am a Kenyan’!!! 99 more words

Africa Travel

Kate Copstick in Kenya: “There is an odd failure to report this in the papers.”

Journalist Kate Copstick is currently in Kenya working with her Mama Biashara charity, which gives small sums of money and advice to poor people so they can set up their own small, self-sustaining businesses which will allow them to help themselves out of poverty. 1,258 more words

Kate Copstick