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Egerton University launches leadership centre


By Njoki Maina The Institute of Women, Gender and Development Studies (IWGD) at Egerton University has launched two programmes aimed at building the capacity of women and youth in leadership. The Youth & Women Transformational Leadership Development programmes were launched last Saturday during the gender awareness day held at the university’s Njoro campus. The mission of the programme is to ...

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How I missed a moment of fame with Auma Obama

By Njeri Mwangi I first saw and met Auma Obama during the Nakuru Story Moja Festival an event that took place towards the end of the month of May at the Kenya National Library in the county. As a journalist, then attached at Egerton Radio, I had been sent to cover the event in which Auma would address Kenyans and ...

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After the visit of the President of the United States of America, Kenyans will now turn their eyes to Vatican from where its head and head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis VI will be coming for a visit. Pope Francis VI is expected to come to Kenya in November in a tour that will also see him visit Uganda. ...

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Kenyan refers to politicians as the real homosexuals

Who are Kenya’s real homosexuals? That is the question that one man wants to Kenyans to think about as we wait for the arrival of the President of the United States (POTUS) Barrack Obama. In a video that is doing rounds on Whatsup, the man, argues that “homosexuals” are all the people who are destroying the country through unorthodox ways ...

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Fact sheet on the GES Summit 2015

Genesis: The Global Entrepreneurship Summit can be traced to a 2009 speech by Barrack Obama. In the speech delivered in Cairo, Obama “pledged to host a Summit on Entrepreneurship to broaden and deepen ties between business leaders, foundations, and entrepreneurs in the United States and Muslim communities around the world.” Inaugural Summit: The first summit was held in Washington, D.C. ...

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Why Kenyatta ticks and why he should do more

The announcement that the American President Barrack Obama will be visiting Kenya in July this year, is the best example of the definition of news in real time. Given the kind of opposition the American government had shown towards the election of Uhuru Kenyatta as Kenya’s fourth President, the announcement came as a surprise to many. Perhaps this is the ...

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