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WHY CHOOSE TO DRINK ALCOHOL ?

Last week on Wednesday I was watching a documentary titled: Mystery at The Museum. It was talking about a highly alcoholic liquid that was branded as ” Jamaican Ginger.” At first I thought of it as being a fancy name, my sisters even laughed , they thought of it as …

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FIDEL CASTRO

Rise and mourn The death of our man Cuba will never be the same Fidel Castro not in the game Castro has gone home He liberated Africa Exported doctors Killed apartheid Oh our hero Mandela adored you Samora Machel moved you At 32 you became a king Havana shed your …

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THE UNENDING DEBATE; SURROGATE MOTHERS

Children are bundles of joy and most women would give anything for that day when they will hold their flesh. However, this is not always the case. Sometimes due to health complications, women may not be able to experience motherhood. This forms a backdrop where surrogacy emerges and becomes the …

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THE CORRUPTION MAGIC IN KENYA

Our daily newspapers, daily discussions, the headlines on our television channels, social media timelines and platforms are littered with news over graft. Corruption isn’t a new thing to many Kenyans; it has become a cliché in our daily vocabularies. It is a thing that started all the way from the …

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THE LOOMING INSURGENCE

An insurrection is coming A revolution that will be so strong that no one will resist A mutiny that will see a rise of different Social class and different courageous young men and women rise to power An insurgence no one can stop A rebellion that will see our forefathers …

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Leader’s soft spot for Education appreciated.

The just concluded primary school national examinations signify not only the obvious transition from the primary syllabus in Migori County but also will be the determinant of the beneficiaries of the coveted GOVERNOR ZACHARY OKOTH SCHOLARSHIP that rewards financially disadvantaged good performers with education scholarships to see them through their …

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