Month: April 2015

April 2015: Easter and the Garissa Attacks (Guor)

Good Friday as an invitation of Easter Monday in the Christianity religion was just like any other day in the city of Mombasa. The whole set of things was in an Arabians mood, all that you could see were Muslim

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April 2015: Causes of Poverty in Africa (Aguet)

Poverty is the condition where people’s basic wants and needs are insufficient to be met by a certain group of people. It is of two types; absolutely poverty which is an extreme state in which a person is almost completely

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April 2015: Easter and the Garissa Attacks (Akim)

Easter Day was not well celebrated in Kenya as 150 students were massacred by terrorists at Garrissa University College in north eastern Kenya. The massacre of students at Garissa University College has caused terrible fear among people in Kenya. During

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April 2015: Easter and the Garissa Attacks (Jacob)

My Easter holiday wasn’t fantastic due to the insecurity in Kenya. Everybody who is in Kenya was so upset about the terrorists who attacked the Garissa University College during the Easter holiday killing many intellectual comrades. People from all over

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April 2015: Easter for Me (Gai)

I personally take Easter as a momentous day in my life, the day my savior carried all my iniquities and nailed them on the cross at Calvary. Looking at such a predicament, I actually become excited and take the lead

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March 2015: My Personal Experience with Women’s Rights (Amol)

Women’s rights are the rights and entitlements claimed for women and girls of many societies worldwide. In some places, these rights are supported by law and local custom, whereas in others countries they may be ignored. Violation of these rights

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