Society

Love By Any Other Name

by Steffany Wangari Ndei
However, the violence meted against the LGBTQI+ community in Kenya cannot go unnoticed. Whether physical or emotional, members of this community are easy targets for attacks by sanctimonious people. This violence is ...
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Pop Culture

Style Secrets For Every Broke Girl

by Khui Karanja
No matter what you wear, beauty and radiance come from the inside. Wear confidence as your perfume every day; don't you dare leave the door without it. ...
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People

Believe It or Not, Embarambamba Is Us

by Eddie Ashioya
We are the chicken thief, condemning the egg thief, sounding like the man wearing a balaclava at the scene of a bank robbery with his pockets filed with banknotes, ...
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Unpacking The Basic Structure Doctrine Current Affairs

Unpacking The Basic Structure Doctrine

by Bobby Mkangi
For the basic structure to be morphed, the sovereignty of the people must bear. ...
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People

A Timeline For Nursing in Kenya

by Natalie Sifuma
At the dawn of the 20th century, missionaries introduced Western medication to Kenya (then part of the East Africa Protectorate), with the big plan being to build hospitals and educate Africans about ...
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The Judiciary As A Political Player Current Affairs

The Judiciary As A Political Player

by Bobby Mkangi
There are those who think that the judiciary should restrain and avoid getting into political tussles, even when invoked. ...
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Personalities

Championing For Mental Health Care In Somalia

by Natalie Sifuma
The Habeeb Mental Hospital in Mogadishu opened its doors to those with mental illness and personality disorders, admitting approximately a total of 30 patients soon after. ...
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People

YOLO and Other Risky Stories

by Elvis Moenga
Choosing someone to marry can become an overly complex process. You can take the “maximizing” approach by listing pros and cons, multiplying them by their probabilities, and adding the results thereof. ...
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Onwards and Upwards: The Story of Ghana’s Pioneer Female Physician Personalities

Onwards and Upwards: The Story of Ghana’s Pioneer Female Physician

by Natalie Sifuma
On a warm day in Accra in 1947, Susan Ofori-Atta stepped off a plane having returned to the Gold Coast from Edinburgh University Medical School. Among her belongings was a medical degree. ...
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The Rise of Electronic Dance Music In East Africa Music

The Rise of Electronic Dance Music In East Africa

by Chia Kayanda 
Electronic Dance Music as we know it was seen as an accessory of the privileged upper middle classes and Caucasian communities, before a cultural shift moved this genre of music into the ...
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Guardians Of The Ovaries People

Guardians Of The Ovaries

by Wakini Njogu
Reproductive health rights for women have become so intertwined with patriarchal demands that they can barely be separated. ...
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Pop Culture

The Naomi Campbell Effect 

by Wakini Njogu
Whenever in Malindi, Naomi enjoys her stays at the luxurious Billionaire Resort owned by her ex-fiance Flavio Briatore. ...
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