To a Peaceful Kenya

By Idaya N. (Form 3) This is a situation or period of time in which there is no war or violence in a country or an area. In this beautiful land of Kenya which God granted us, we do experience peace sometimes but sometimes we do not. Kenyans

October 15th, 2019|

Knowing Your Background Will Help You Know Your Future

By Perpetue M. (Form 3) If you know your future, then I am sure your future will not be unfamiliar to you. We all know this African continent was colonized. The heroes and sheroes who participated in fighting for our independence did a good job. I don’t know

August 21st, 2019|

In The Spirit Of Kofi Annan

By Dorcus A. (Form 3) When the 2007 election violence crosses my mind, I realize that peace is not the absence of conflict but the presence of understanding. This incident was a shame for our country. Several lives were lost, a lot of property destroyed, many of our

August 19th, 2019|


By Brenda C. (Form 1) Corruption! Corruption! Corruption everywhere. It is misuse of public power for private gain. Major corruption comes when there are major events involving large sums of money, multiple players, huge quantities of products, and often when disasters situations are at stake. Think of

December 24th, 2018|

Kenya My Land

By Perpetua M. (Form 2) Wow! Wow! Wow! I do not know what to day or simply what to do. I am stranded as I am writing this article. Kenya is a land full of people with smiles on their faces, but others are crying. Crying for

December 3rd, 2018|

Tribal Clashes

By Ester N. (Form 3) What are tribal clashes? These are conflicts that occur among some communities or countries concerning tribes. The reason as to why many parts of Kenya have tribal classes is due to differences in leadership. They may fight due to the type of

November 22nd, 2018|

Endangered Rhinos

By Stella N. (Form 4) Rhinos are herbivores. In a day a rhino can eat up to 120 pounds of grass. An adult rhino can weigh up to 3 tons, but a rhino is not dangerous. Its aim is not to harm people but to chase them

October 29th, 2018|

Migration, Calamities, and Corruption

By Peris N. (Form 1) Many situations keep happening in this life. There are so many things happening in this world. First, I will talk about migration of people to Kenya and about people in Kenya migrating to other countries. Migration happens because people fear being attacked by

August 13th, 2018|

Corruption in Kenya and Solutions

By Brenda N. (Form 1) Corruption is really pulling Kenya’s economy backwards. Although effective measures such as the anti-corruption agency has been put in place, it seems that they are not doing anything. Some people in the government are filling their pockets and banks with money meant to

August 9th, 2018|

Matiba’s Death

By Brenda N. and Anzel M. (Form 1) Kenneth Matiba was a Kenyan politician and activist for democracy. He was the first African indigenous permanent Secretary for Education. For fought for equality in the country. He was born in 1st June, 1932. He lost his presidential election in

July 30th, 2018|

Fight Against Corruption

By Martha A. (Form 1) In Kenya there has been corruption for several years. Leaders use the resources that are supposed to be used to bring development, for their own good. Like some of the MCA, instead of building roads and homes for the homeless, they use it

July 2nd, 2018|


I believe if I follow his steps I can be also good. My colour does not define me. What I do is what will tell you about me. I believe Obama was for the better of America and truly he made a difference.

March 23rd, 2018|
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