By Zeituna A. (Form 2) “Daddy, daddy I had something, could you…” The father would retort, “No, I am sorry dear. I have a meeting to attend. I am busy right now.” “Mom, could you please…” “Ohhh! I am so so sorry but right now I am
By Silvia M. and Lucy W. (Form 1) Jason and Jenni Doherty are the founders of Daraja Academy, and parents to 115 current students and many alumni. Jenni comes from a family of eight children and is the first woman in her family to go to university.
By Lucy W. (Form 1) Hellen Ngunjiri is the Business Manager at Daraja Academy. She did a degree in commerce, certificate in accounts and diploma in human resources. Hellen is married and has one child, a boy who is 14 years and in form one. She is a
By Suzane A. (Form 4) No man is an island they say, not unless proven otherwise. Kenya has been receiving a lot of money from the United States government yearly, but not anymore. I would say the decision is neutral and that on the negative side, it is
By Suzane A. (Form 4) My name is Suzanne, a female aged 17 from the streets of Kisumu, near Lake Victoria. I really, really love entertaining and making people laugh, but I have come to realise that I have not done that in my articles and so,
By Suzane A. (Form 4) Are you in a daze when it comes to student registration? Daze no more because I have food for thought. In the history of Kenya, the students in their final years both secondary and primary have been encouraged to register for