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Jukumu Letu in Mombasa in pictures

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Today, jukumu letu partners were continuing with their training. In the below pictures, some of the great work being done by KATUNI is clear as the trainees are bringing out the core issues of concern to Mombasa residents. Kenya Institute of Puppets Theatre (KIPT) also have their trainees working on puppets while the bosses are all smiles, perhaps happy with the progress so far.

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Creco’s Regina Opondo (left) and Hivos’ Stella Chege

About shitemi khamadi

Shitemi is the Kenya Monitor Managing Editor. He trains journalists on basics of journalism, storytelling, conflict sensitive journalism and devolution.

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  1. definitive |diˈfinitiv|adjective1 (of a conclusion or amegerent) done or reached decisively and with authority : a definitive diagnosis.• (of a book or other text) the most authoritative of its kind : the definitive biography of Harry Truman.2 (of a postage stamp) for general use and typically of standard design, not special or commemorative.nouna definitive postage stamp.DERIVATIVESdefinitively adverbORIGIN late Middle English : from Old French definitif, -ive, from Latin definitivus, from definit- ‘set within limits,’ from the verb definire (see define ).USAGE Definitive in the sense decisive, unconditional, final’ is sometimes confused with definite. Definite means clearly defined, precise, having fixed limits,’ but definitive goes further, meaning most complete, satisfying all criteria, most authoritative’: : although some critics found a few definite weak spots in the author’s interpretations, his book was nonetheless widely regarded as the definitive history of the war. A definite decision is simply one that has been made clearly and is without doubt, whereas a definitive decision is one that is not only conclusive but also carries the stamp of authority or is a benchmark for the future, as in a Supreme Court ruling. It is a common error to use definitive as though it were a more elegant way of saying definite.andcategorical |ˌkatəˈgf4rikəl|adjectiveunambiguously explicit and direct : a categorical assurance.DERIVATIVEScategoric adjectivecategorically |-ik(ə)lē| adverbORIGIN late 16th cent.: from late Latin categoricus (from Greek katēgorikos, from katēgoria ‘statement’ : see category ) + -al .You’ve reached your conclusion (that Kenya uses multiple date formats) based on a single website with mixed formats. Neither definitive (nor definite which was most likely what you meant) nor categorical are appropriate terms to describe your logical leap. I think that the terms weakly supported and likely fallacious are much more suited to the straw-man argument you made.

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