Tecla

By Christine M. (Form 4) Heroism has nothing to do with skin colour or social status. It is a state of mind and a willingness to act for what is right and just. Knowing what you need to know actually drives out fear. For one to change

October 11th, 2018|

Fingernails Clogged With Dirt

By Margaret W. (Form 2) I refuse to take your brotherly hand Your nails are black with dirt, brother And your palms are clammy with sweat I refuse to take the hand you extend in help, I shall not join hands with you, brother For unclean hands make

October 8th, 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|

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|

Corruption! Corruption! Let’s End Corruption!

By  Christine C. (Form 2) After finishing her Kenyan Certificate of Primary Education, she was hopeless, helpless and not knowing where to go and where to start from. She was in a dilemma situation. The KCPE results were aired out and she found herself being the top

June 11th, 2018|