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Down and out? Not really

You could say that he just lacked the psyche to tell stories. You could say that he became an alcoholic and the bottle drank him away from his craft. 1,329 more words

Life And Things

Out of Africa, Again - Masai Mara to Nakuru

03 April 2016 – Today, day three of my safari, was spent mostly driving from the Mara to the city of Nakuru but before we left, we went to the camp which is the usual accommodation for this itinerary. 364 more words

Kenya

Strive to fully realize devolution benefits, Koigi urges locals

By Pristone Mambili

Former Subukia MP and activist Koigi wa Wamwere has said there is more to be done to ensure devolution benefits the common citizen. 355 more words

My Sarie Marais So Near To My Heart!

Drafted at eighteen to service under Menengai, a mountain with a flat wooded peak and bare sides just like the haircut they gave us, overlooking the Kenya Regiment Depot outside Nakuru, I got my first taste of army life.  290 more words

To Experience God's Splendider...My Visit to Nakuru

Originally written on March 13 – All weekend I was told that it had been seven years since I had made a trip to the small city of Nakuru, then today before I left I was told that it had actually been nine years. 882 more words

Mission Trips

Happiness is...

So the World Happiness Report is out in which our social progress and levels of happiness can apparently be measured. In June 2016 the OECD made a commitment to “to redefine the growth narrative to put people’s well-being at the centre of governments’ efforts”. 227 more words

The Family that is no Cult

If you were to ask me what rotaract is or is about,I don’t think I would give you a satisfactory answer. I would simply say,its family. 941 more words