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What Education Means to Me

By Jackline K. (Form 1) In most cases, people think that education is only found in school but that is not the case according to me. To me, education means power, value, and more over it means worth. If you have information about something that people think you do not deserve or you

October 15th, 2019|Categories: Opinion, The Daraja Times|0 Comments

Why Me?

By Perpetua M. (Form 3) This is a question that keeps ringing in the minds of people. Remember that you have a reason to live in this world. People might say bad things to you but it is your choice to listen to them. For gold to be fine and attractive it has

October 15th, 2019|Categories: Opinion, The Daraja Times|0 Comments

Add Positives

By Dorcus A. (Form 3) Every human being has goals in his/her life. Some are able to accomplish their goals while others fail. Not because some people are superior to others, their beliefs are what make the difference. People who are able to accomplish their mission do so because they believe in the

October 15th, 2019|Categories: Opinion, The Daraja Times|0 Comments

The River of Poison

By Dorcus A. (Form 3) This was Kenya’s great source of water until it was poisoned. It flows from Kenya’s capital and meets the Athi River then flows to the Indian Ocean. It passes through several industries and human settlements. This river was the source of fish to Kenyas but it’s no more.

October 15th, 2019|Categories: Opinion, The Daraja Times|0 Comments

Say No to Drugs!

By Dorcus A. (Form 3) Why don’t you just simply ask yourself “Why is every youth doing this? What are the merits and demerits?” Always keep it in your head that right is right even if no one is doing it, and wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it. What is the

October 15th, 2019|Categories: Opinion, The Daraja Times|0 Comments

I Want to Take Charge of My Life with Divine Help

By  Suzane A. (Form 4)   Life from the perspective of a divorced HIV positive mother- Adapted from Asunta Wagura’s Diary Source: The Daily Nation Every woman has an “on-it” tray in which she has pressing personal, psychological and professional issues she is dealing with.  Sometimes she is on a long term basis.  At

September 8th, 2019|Categories: Opinion, The Daraja Times|0 Comments