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ELECTION 2022

Teachers waited, persisted and perspired, now make them rich

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Napoleon Hill, an American author remembered for his bestselling literature on success, once remarked: ‘Patience, persistence and perspiration make unbeatable combination for success’.

Teachers waited, persisted and perspired, now make them rich

By - | 8 years ago

KP boss never grew tired of listening to customers

KP boss never grew tired of listening to customers

If he hasn’t done so yet, Engineer Joseph Njoroge, should be moving to his new office in the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum soon. The Kenya Power Managing Director was appointed recently as the ministry’s Principal Secretary. PointBlank congratulates him. But why him?

- | 8 years ago

Scrapping metal business will save our infrastructure

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has finally done what should have been done long time ago. He has banned trade in scrap metal, a booming but very hurtful business.

- | 8 years ago

‘There was no post-election violence in Kenya in 2007’

In 1991, Jean Baudrillard wrote three essays before, during and after the Gulf War with the titles; The Gulf War will not take place, The Gulf War is not really taking place and The Gulf War did not take place. While there is no dispute that the war took place, Baudrillard argued the was no war in real sense because the US was militarily superior than Iraq. The war as a whole was a non-war.

- | 8 years ago

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