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For the love of art


Monetary gain was the last thing Yona Wanjala expected when he presented a painting during an Epilepsy Afro-fashion fair exhibition in Mombasa

For the love of art

By Mwangi Muraguri | 5 years ago

I’m not cursed or bewitched, my brain is scarred

I’m not cursed or bewitched, my brain is scarred

The first time 22-year-old Geoffrey Hinga experienced a seizure he was a class eight candidate. “I was 12 years then,” he says.

Gardy Chacha | 5 years ago

Parasitic control, antenatal care key to control epilepsy

One of the ways of identifying a witch, wrote a member of a religious group in the 15th century, was by the presence of seizures. Coming from such an authoritative figure, this declaration led to a wave of persecution and torture, which caused the deaths of thousands of people thought to be witches.

- | 8 years ago

I do what I want despite Epilepsy

Bernice Mugambi, 20, suffered for three years before she was diagnosed with epilepsy. Despite the challenges, she has managed to join university, win beauty contests and give back to society.

Shirley Genga | 8 years ago