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By Alex Masha Worth Noting: They use other students to sign for them on their behalf. Some do risk to the point of having other students doing a Continuous Assessment Test (CAT) for them. They take the advantage of Lectures not knowing their names and faces. Therefore, they do anything they want. It is shocking …

By: Brandon Kiriinya What comes into your mind when a campus student is mentioned? According to me, the phrase brings a lot in my mind. First of all, a campus student is a champion. This is someone who have gone through the thick and thins since he or she was young in order to reach …

By: Victor Ouko We are silently losing our culture to Westernisation. It’s quite unfortunate that we no longer value what held us together as a country; our beliefs and customs. We are slowly abandoning our languages and taking up foreign ones and when asked, we simply say it’s modernity. It shouldn’t surprise us if in …

By: Benson Kitonga ✓Parents or guardians should keep a close eye on a teen who is depressed and withdrawn. ✓Parents and guardians should try to keep lines of communication open and express concern, support and love to the teens Suicides have been reported in large as per the world statics. Suicide amongst teens is said …

By Seth Wafula Flooding has been a great challenge affecting Budalangi residents which has been hindering essential service acquisition   like going to hospitals and schools due to impassable roads that can’t allow effective transport using a vehicle or even a motorbike when rains fall. This draws us back to an incident which happened early this …

By: Jemimah Gitonga It is quite unfortunate that often there are reported cases of fire outbreaks in various parts of the country. A number of things have been confirmed to be the cause. They include; illegal electrification especially in slums e.g., Mukuru Kwa Njenga among others, burning charcoal leading to wildfires, poor housing as a …

By: BRIAN KARIUKI NJERI Kenyans heading to election always seek the best leader. But after election things just change. The leader happens to be a populist who worked the voters. They are also supposed to defend the interest of the people. Getting the office, their selfish nature shows trying even to have a salary raise …

By: Mark Mwaniki The other day, a Facebook user by the name Collins Wanderi lashed out at an unbecoming behavior by some youth in Kenya. In his post, he wrote about how a private consulting firm had shortlisted 14 candidates to fill three positions to manage a new client’s account. The candidates were informed that …

By John Benedict. Success is like a mountain to climb, it’s more than a burden that we load ourselves with in everyday activities of our lives. Working to success will lead to increased hatred from your friends or even relatives as we obviously know that there’s a jealousy that comes along with being different out …

By: Emmah Nyiva At least 29 counties classified under Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) in Kenya are experiencing drought, caused by inconsistent and failed rains, something which led to the state declaring drought a national disaster on September 8 this year. Closely to a month now, the diverse effects are impacting the residents’ way of …