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Growing up, what were your dreams? You wanted to go to the best university and be a doctor by 22, have a beautiful family by 25, drive a big car by 25, retire by 28 and merry till you die, right? Look at you now, 20 with baby mama/ daddy issues, 22 with relationship drama, […]

As a product of university expulsion and one from a critically poor background (Kilifi west, Bamba), I know through first-hand experience how it feels to have a Comrade’s future in a smoke screen through suspension and/or expulsion. It’s unkowty understandable to have a Comrades future curtailed through this heinous and barbaric act of insensitivity and […]

“We might not have the like of Hon. Sakaja, Comrade Babu Owino, Kipchumba Muorkomen and Duale anymore if universities administration continue selecting student leaders (puppet) who would suits their interests…..” said Faith Nyambura, WOSWA Chairlady. “This leaders(puppet) have no relevant sophistication to guide the mighty university students to any meaningful development. They use the platforms […]

The struggle to ensure survival of comradeship within the mighty UoN can only be led, spearheaded, convened and executed by the current crop of undergraduate students.. As UoN Alumni, we can only advise and sponsor, but we will not fight the actual war..That fight, like many before, is for the existing undergraduate comrades to fight…. […]

Former Meru University chairman to UoN comrades; you are makers of your own misfortunes. Even if you cry more than the bereaved no body will come to your rescue since history defines your tears as crocodile tears. The then respected UoN generals long lost the spirit and respect. They have turned into cheap bloggers for […]

We are living in an era during which mankind, through ceaseless struggle, has been rewarded with two significant gifts – the freedom of expression and the freedom of assembly. These two offsprings of mankind’s struggle, if subjected to any form of curtailment, would mean that the sacrifices made by our forebears to bring them into […]

Cash-strapped local universities risk closure in future as technological advancements continue to make deep inroads in the education sector. Technology-driven university education will be as disruptive as the likes of Uber and Airbnb are in the transport and hospitality industries respectively. To stay afloat during the oncoming winds of educational delivery changes, universities and their […]

Will there be a better alternative for religion on Mars? People like me who would like to be among the first people to travel to Mars and eventually colonize the red planet are more concerned with the technical aspects of colonizing the planet. Almost everybody is talking about the technical aspect of colonizing Mars — how to increase […]

I recently sat through various pitches by Kenyan startups and during most of them the founders kept indicating their target market as “Millennials”, a statement I have been hearing dropped for a number of years but since this time I was a passive observer my brain kicked into some gear. A quick online search brought […]

The competencies of employees are an essential factor in the production or service delivery process of organizations. However, the same organizations that cherish this premise have eaten humble pies where incompetent employees get their way through promotions and pay increases. This can happen in any organisation due to a number of reasons. Unclear Promotion Provisions […]

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