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HELB loans to blame for drug abuse in campuses

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Drugs are gross. They make you act careless, they turn your eyes red and they result in low standards.

HELB loans to blame for drug abuse in campuses

By Allan Kipchirchir | 5 years ago

HELB loans to blame for drug abuse in campuses

HELB loans to blame for drug abuse in campuses

Drugs are gross. They make you act careless, they turn your eyes red and they result in low standards.

Allan Kipchirchir | 5 years ago

Police were right to use force on UON students

I don't want to take sides on either the unruly behavior of UON intellectuals who took to the streets and proceeded to pelt innocent motorists with stones or the uncalled for brutal response by the anti-riot officers.

Allan Kipchirchir | 5 years ago

Kenyan youth need talent hubs

rt from the measly youth fund, there’s one thing the government can do but have overlooked. For one, this country has limited sports/talent centres and facilities. Youth are gifted in various ways, and they need such facilities to nurture their talents, and make a living out of it. The government can also benefit from such a venture too. We need to have more sports stadiums, theatres,  music studios etc, spread all over the country. Apart from keeping them busy, such investments will ensure youth earn a decent living too. The government can then tax them and increase its revenue base. And we won’t have to see bleary-eyed youth spoiling for mischief in our streets because of

ALLAN KIPCHIRCHIR | 6 years ago

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