Is the content of the Kenyan curriculum in our schools and universities relevant for the job market and current practice?
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What would you do if you were President for 6 months? We often complain but offer no alternatives; now, imagine you have all the state machinery & power of the presidency for 6 months – what would you do for Kenyans ...Read more
The society we live in constantly reminds us to get married but nobody tells you what to do after the actual marriage ceremony and the couple mostly concentrate more on the ceremony/date than the whole “forever until death does us ...Read more
Given the rising cases of gender-based violence in Kenya and Africa, including those that do not make it to the mainstream media just because the victims are not high profile persons, do you feel like the criminal justice system is ...Read more
Do you think Kenyans can vote for a woman president in the next 20 years?
What do you consider as the most depressing thing in life at the moment?
This question is based on the current economic reality in which Kenya is knee-deep in debt. It’s also tied to an influx of illegal expatriate who continue to flood our job market whereas very capable Kenyans remain unemployed. Finally, this question ...Read more
Karl Marx once described religion as opium for the masses and one is left to wonder if he was right especially given that, in the contemporary world, those who seem to have the most wealth (power & influence) are religious ...Read more
Based on my little experience here are some top 10 red flags to look for if you are indeed looking to share a healthy relationship with someone you love (applies to both men & women) – please do share yours ...Read more
Are Leaders born or made? The nature versus nurture debate explores if human actions or tendencies like good leadership skills are predetermined by the person’s environment, e.g. upbringing or are passed on to them through birth i.e genetic transfer.
Instead of trying to summarize the story, here is the full article including transcripts for evidence and clarity. It is lengthy, but please read in entirety or watch the video below: She Wanted to Help Liberia’s Most Vulnerable Girls. ...Read more
People take new identity each day and drop original ones. In Ghana the west pop culture is stealing our own. How do we protect it?
Would you advise a young person like me to not look for employment and follow their passion? And what advice would you give me?
Have you spoken to anyone about mental health where you come from? Do you understand what it is? What do you know?
The kind of destruction going on in our schools. Our kids have been watching us closely. Have we failed as mentors and parents?
I’ve been replaying Alalakay by @jalimadimusic from The Gambia. I don’t understand Mandinka, (it sounds like a distant Swahili heavily laced with Arabic) but this sweet melody feels like home. I have a short list of go-to African Music, from Sarabi’s Amandla ...Read more
After graduating from university, I applied several jobs and they had clauses like “2 or 3 or 4 or more years experience”. I have a lot of internship and volunteering on my CV but it doesn’t count. The question I ...Read more
Diane Rwigara is a Rwandan presidential candidate detained in Rwanda for running against Paul Kagame