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I have never had such mad respect for graduates as I have for them now. The amount of work put into the last year of study is just immense and calls for high discipline, drive and motivation. Teamwork is irrefutably core in these desperate times and so do not be cheated that you have the […]

Jeopardy in the education system is warranting and worrying something the society should not take lightly. It reaches moments when even the most prominent are shaken by the aftermaths. CS education Amina Mohammed has a lot on her plate with regards to the rise in the teenage pregnancy that was recorded during the national examination […]

HIV infection is on the rise amongst young people. Being that it’s no longer a threat to humanity as scientifically, it has been proven that a positive individual taking ARVs correctly at some point, the virus is suppressed hence, their chances of transmitting the virus is at a minimal by reducing the viral load in body […]

Let me just make it clear that there are many things that scare me in life, like the thought of being hit by a car when am perfectly away from the road. Yes, it happens. So in that case, I ensure that I keep away from horror films at all times. When I first started […]

Uber technologies mainly known for their taxi services across the country is considering rolling out new service that involves the use of minibuses in Nairobi. The tests of this product are underway in Cairo Egypt and Monterey Mexico, and if they prove successful then we are likely to see the service in Nairobi Kenya. This […]

On 14th of November 2018 WhatsApp launched a new feature that allows the application to rank friends on your contact list in order of how frequent you interact with them and the type of content you share with them. The ranking feature will automatically arrange your contact list by placing your favourite friends status updates […]

I may not have lived long enough but the long I have lived is enough to say that everyone has a certain level of selfishness depending on our own interests. Some people are extremely selfish and think only of themselves, others have a very small percentage of selfishness while others just claim they are not […]

On the 2nd October 2018, I attended a sex talk at Family Health Option Kenya offices in Eastleigh that was organised by VSCo in partnership with FHOK. They brought in Volunteer experts with information on SRHR issues. Attendance of approximately 100 young people from the community. Young people acted a role play portraying two distinct […]

I am getting my own place!! This is the first instinct of many if not all the students after joining campus. It is like a rite of passage. One month into the hostels and you are done, convinced to the core that it is chaotic and no place for the easy chilled self you are. […]

Yes, 100% yes, that’s an answer I always give if someone asks me whether I watch comedy. I will choose a comedy any day in place of any other genre of movie or series. I thought it was a stage in my life like those times I really loved cartoons but this stage is taking […]


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