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No kûgeria tûrageria mani tuone úrîa tûgûteithîka
How do you define leaders? Politicians, Religious Leaders or Community Leaders. Regardless of who you are referring to, the results are clear when you watch the news or just look around you. We can do more...
Thank you for bringing this up. Have you embarked on this journey yourself or do you know people who have? What are their reasons for leaving the country and do they find what they go looking for?
We should just hand this list over to the President right now.
Thank you for sharing. Through your story, many more people will be strengthened.
Not yet, but I am just about too. Thank's for sharing. :-)
Thank you for the brief translation. I will look into the whole lyrics, hope i find them somewhere online. :-)
I haven't read The Devil on the Cross” by Ngugi wa Thiongo but what you have brought up is a real issue cutting across all African countries. Gender equality is a fundamental human right but it is still challenging for girls and women to access education, employment, and political representation. AsRead more
Before we can even have this conversation, people need to be educated about their rights. It is sad that most people whose rights are violated don't even know when it happens... and when they d, they have no clue which action to take or who to turn to.
There is definitely an imbalance between the rural and urban educational set up. This should however not be the case. The quality of education should not be determined by one's location.
Perhaps we need to think about recreating our traditional games. That may create a whole new industry. Most of the current games are so westernized that they end up taking away from our culture than bringing in anything.