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It's not the end for Afghanistan; its future might be bright

OPINION

The Taliban regime pledged to give greater respect to basic rights of Afghans, especially women and minorities.

It's not the end for Afghanistan; its future might be bright

By John Wahome | 29 days ago

How social media has robbed us of life’s little surprises

How social media has robbed us of life’s little surprises

Upon waking up in the morning, few people are concerned about their bodily faculties such as hearing and speech, or whether they still have legs.

John Wahome | 1 month ago

Colonialism, math teachers to blame for Kenyans’ fickle mood

Our motivation is the ongoing kerfuffle between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto, only the newest entry in a grotesque ledger.

Babere Chacha and John Wahome | 2 months ago

Why Nakuru is fast becoming a hotbed of artistic renaissance

The town is a beehive of activity as multiple infrastructural projects take off.

Babere Chacha and John Wahome | 2 months ago

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