Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday, or as it’s best known as TBT has become a huge weekly phenomenon on the social media scene. A quick consult of big brother Google defines it as  a trend among social media sites such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook wherein users post or repost older photographs (often from their childhood) with the hashtag. And…

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Customer Service is Key to Business Success

So yesterday I was at one of this fancy dental clinics located in the CBD for a checkup and going up the lift I kept telling myself that the doctor would probably be some old timer doc but surprisingly, Dr. Kisia, whom I guess was the big kahuna for the dental practice, was four-eyed guy,…

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The Karura Hangout

Under the shelter of some trees stood a group of young lads and lasses, whom I have come to find to be very jolly and fun to be around with; being among them you’re either guaranteed of pure bliss & happiness, or endless laughter, or even both. It had stopped raining a few minutes before…

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PART ONE Very EARLY in the morning at around 11 am you’re woken up by crying sounds from your neighbors’ 2 years old kid who is crying because the granules of weetabix he left last night after pigg… Source: | kanyuemunene on WordPress.com

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Shem’s Wedding

This Saturday, I attended a colleague’s wedding, Shem at the Ndarugo Motel.

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Love of A Brother

I was born in a secluded village on a mountain. Day after day, my parents plowed the yellow dry soil with their backs towards the sky. One day, I wanted to buy a handkerchief, which all girls around me seemed to have. So, one day I stole 50 cents from my father’s drawer. Father discovered…

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A story of a guy who counted EIGHT LIES OF HIS MOTHER

This story begins when I was a child: I was born poor. Often we hadn’t enough to eat. Whenever we had some food, Mother often gave me her portion of rice. While she was transferring her rice into my bowl, she would say “Eat this rice, son! I’m not hungry.”

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LINK Conference: Cathy Mputhia

This month I will be focusing more on the LINK conference which is a professional development project initiated by the Rotaract Club of Milimani. This year’s event is scheduled to have four speakers speaking on different topics and I will share with you their profiles, so that you may insight on what to expect on…

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Rotaract/Rotary: I’m Here to Stay

Growing up, I was never the social kid that would often go out to play with other kids in the hood. I was a shy little boy who kept to himself most of the time, staying indoors and glued to his old “Great Wall” black and white tv all day during the holidays. This went…

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Leaders in Kenya (L.I.N.K) Conference

With less than a month to go to one of Rotaract Club’s biggest professional development events, anxiety is steadily growing as to who this year’s guests will be the Leaders in Kenya (LINK) conference will be. Your guess is as good as mine. Planning of the event which commenced late last year it at its…

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#Deskisha

Deskisha is bilingual with an English stem and a Swahili finish to it. The best translation would be ‘get desked.’ It is what we at the Rotaract Club of Kenyatta University (RCKU) have dubbed our signature project for the Rotary year 2015/2016. In the previous Rotary year, we successfully undertook the Rotertank project. For that…

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