Cyprian Wekesa Makali

Mother in Murang’a appeals for prosthetic arms for son

Meet Cyprian Wekesa Makali, a three and half year-old boy who was born without arms but has a great zeal in writing. Cyprian comes from Marewa shopping center of Kiharu Constituency the mother Beverline Nasimiyu narrates...

80pc of children would eat healthier food if they knew their heroes did too:...

Over 13,500 children aged 6-10 surveyed in 18 countries last month by Beko, with support from partners FC Barcelona, the Barça Foundation and UNICEF found showed that children are significantly better informed about football...

How to best manage your health care costs

Medical bills are one of the most significant financial burdens facing Kenyans in this modern era. This is partly due to the nature of the health care system in Kenya. Every year, thousands of...

Former administrator rears tortoise for a living in Kitui County

While majority of Kitui residents engage in livestock keeping as an economic activity, 71-year-old Peter Maundu rears tortoises for a living. Maundu rears over one thousand tortoises on his five-acre farm in Voo village in...

What to do in case you are caught up in a terror attack

“Any act of terror is an eye opener to all of us that terrorism can happen anywhere, anytime and to anyone. As much as it seems almost impossible to guarantee your safety in such...

Assessing President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Second Term record

President Uhuru Kenyatta has been at the forefront in driving forward his agenda for the country almost a year after he was re-elected with a lot of emphasis on the Big4Agenda. He has since...

The killer waters of Solai

The site of fresh graves in the fields is a sombre reminder of the Solai Dam tragedy that happened two months ago in Nakuru. Shoes, children's clothes and other personal belonging are strewn across the...

Unpaid care work affects women more according to study

There are numerous projects and interventions tailored towards empowering a woman in the society and especially in the low income areas. Nairobi’s slums have a lion’s share of women struggling on a daily basis...

Fighting corruption

Early 2003, upon election of Mwai Kibaki as president, unarmed citizens stood up to police corruption, especially in traffic department, and made arrests. It was an awakening. A period of renewal. It was a time...

The ‘Matatu Hostesses of Nakuru’

The entry of young and educated women in the often chaotic matatu sector is slowly transforming the attitude of the public who view the sector as a preserve for the outlawed and bullies. Prestige Shuttle...
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