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Students in High School have not seen much of the world yet and are still finding themselves. I am not excusing any behaviour but I thin we should consider the reasons why they do this. Some of them are replicating what they see at home or in the media while others are trying to display their strengRead more
Never heard of them. Will look them up ASAP. Is there a specific song you can point out?
A young Kenyan student is told to choose between wearing dreadlocks or going to school. Some people claim it is a violation of her rights as a Rastafarian; others claim the school is right to expect pupils to wear standard uniforms.
I agree with you.
Africa is not even ready for a poor president, we are still stuck in tribalism and classism. If you are not rich and you don't come form the right family, you are wasting your time. Unless people decide to think about real development, we will continue being victims of the political class.
We have come a long way too and should use the present privilege to seek better representation for everyone.
I have seen it too. It means that someone found your profile after clicking on your name from a post or link that appeared on LinkedIn's homepage. There are other similar LinkedIn labels like: “found you via linkedin search” meaning someone found you after specifically searching for your name withinRead more
It is almost impossible to speak of Africa as a whole because it is not even the 55 parts we have been told to believe. That aside, and looking at the traditional African society, we had systems that were predominantly matriarchal and that was the norm. Many villages were led by women officially andRead more
I never knew that stereotypes could be positive. Most of the kenyan sterotypes are degrading and abusive.
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