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Literature scholar died painfully but gracefully: Widow

NAIROBI

Speakers at church service spoke of his astounding strength and ability to hide the pain.

Literature scholar died painfully but gracefully: Widow

By Gloria Aradi | 3 years ago

No, religion has no place in lecture halls

No, religion has no place in lecture halls

I was on a Fly 540 flight next to Prof Chris Wanjala the day after his article ‘Can intellectuals be men and women of God?’ was published in this very space (The Standard on Saturday, June 4, 2016).

Tony Mochama | 5 years ago

Yes, Kenya is in dire need of moral lessons, can our universities help?

In an address in Kiswahili to Kenyans living in Israel on February 24 during his state visit to that country, President Kenyatta decried Kenyans’ base morals: “Kenyans are experienced in stealing and perpetuating other crimes.”

Remmy Shiundu | 5 years ago

No, religion has no place in lecture halls

I was on a Fly 540 flight next to Prof Chris Wanjala the day after his article ‘Can intellectuals be men and women of God?’ was published in this very space (The Standard on Saturday, June 4, 2016).

Tony Mochama | 5 years ago

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