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Rare institution where university graduates learn relevant job skills

WEDNESDAY LIFE

Among the many criticisms that have been levelled against the education system, none bites more than the constant jibe by employers that the graduates being released into the job market are all paper and hot air.

Rare institution where university graduates learn relevant job skills

By Peter Oduor | 7 years ago

Future of oral literature lies in urban dynamism

Future of oral literature lies in urban dynamism

There was a time when oral literature was thought to exist only in the dusty villages. A view held by grey haired, wrinkled and wizened literature professors in colleges and universities, most of them school curriculum deciders.

By Peter Oduor | 7 years ago

Blame game, empty threats over holiday tuition

‘Tuition available for Forms One to Four’ is boldly written in red on a piece of white cloth, and displayed on the second floor of an unfinished building in Rongai town.

Peter Oduor | 7 years ago

Are Kenya’s literary feminists too militant?

Three generations of women. Grandmother, mother and daughter. Margaret A Ogola’s The River and The Source is one of the best novels in Kenya to study and present the social and cultural occurrences in a society undergoing a slow but gradual change.

Peter Oduor | 7 years ago

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