Support police officers during election period
With a few days to the election, all citizens should be ambassadors of peace for themselves and everyone in order to give police officers easy work.
By Chris Hart 1 year ago
Support police officers during election period
Letter from Shamakhokho and its entrepreneurship
Visiting Shamakhokho and Navakholo left me convinced there are still innocent regions in this country, with cultures not too contaminated by modernity.
By Chris Hart 1 year ago
Letter from Shamakhokho and its entrepreneurship
Polls are designed to preserve interests of politicians and their cronies
Elections, whether free and fair or not, give politicians the power to determine how resources are distributed.
By Chris Hart 1 year ago
Polls are designed to preserve interests of politicians and their cronies
Tablets relieve pain of learning in slum school
There is a pin-drop silence in the classroom as the 20 pupils focus their eyes and index fingers on the luminous screens of the small, green tablets.
By Mwaura Samora 8 years ago
Tablets relieve pain of learning in slum school
Meet Katitu, Githurai super cop now behind bars
A year ago, Titus Ngamau - a policeman from Githurai, captured the nation’s attention after residents held week-long protests following his arrest and detention on allegations of extra-judicial killing. Wednesday Life caught up with this “super cop” in Industrial Area’s Remand Prison for an exclusive interview where he narrated the events that led to his incarceration.
By Mwaura Samora 8 years ago
Meet Katitu, Githurai super cop now behind bars
Eritrean refugee’s dreams find footing in Kenya’s thriving food business
As sweet aromas of anjera, wat, kita bread and hard-brewed Eritrean coffee waft from the kitchen accentuated by the soft beats of traditional Ethiopian music, relaxation and peace blanket this Eritrean restaurant along Ngong Road.
By Mwaura Samora 8 years ago
Eritrean refugee’s dreams find footing in Kenya’s thriving food business
Giving Nairobi Remand Prison a human face
Nairobi Remand Prison in Industrial Area is fabled as a dungeon which bubbles with all manner of criminals and social misfits.
By Mwaura Samora 8 years ago
Giving Nairobi Remand Prison a human face
Never too young to be a mentor
Writer MWAURA SAMORA had a tête-à-tête with youthful STEVE MBOGO, who runs a mentorship programme and still finds time for business and philanthropy, about his vision for the young people of this country.
By Mwaura Samora 8 years ago
Never too young to be a mentor
Floods in pictures
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