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Aguet Nhial – STRIKES IN OUR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

First and foremost, in universities, striking affects the academic performance of students. Learning is suspended for prolonged periods, and the students are the primary losers. Even the knowledge acquired during the last learning period is forgotten by some students. They fall into some kind of entropy.

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Ateng Kuany – Strikes In Kenya, The Order of The Day

From dictionary definition, a strike is a collective, organized, cessation or slowdown of work by employees, to force acceptance of their demand by the employer. Striking is a common act that majority of people do to enforce their demands when the masters are reluctant to response to their listed demands.

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Jacob Anyieth – THE SEEMINGLY NEVER ENDING STRIKES N OUR PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

In the Kenyan constitution everyone has a right to demonstrate in case their grievances or problems have not been handled appropriately by the respective authority. Strikes in our Universities in Kenya have devastated the smooth running of the academic programs, notably in in the public universities. Programs scheduled in every semester have been greatly affected by constant unrests either from staff or students. One case in point is the public Universities’ lecturers that have been agitating for their rights for salary increment as provided in the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA 2013) which has not been honoured since then

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Ateng Kuany – Open Letter United States of America Following Hurricane

We have watched on television and heard through the radio what is utmost unbelievable disasters in your country. I am taking this opportunity to say sorry to you lovely people of United States of America who have faced difficult times with the Hurricanes.

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Gai Panchol – MY OPEN LETTER TO AMERICANS FOLLOWING HURRICANES

On my behalf and on behalf of Liliir education project sponsored students, I would like express my heartfelt sympathy for the American citizens affected especially the LEP Board members and our donors, friends and relatives involved in the catastrophe caused by hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.

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Jacob Anyieth – Letter to the United States Following Hurricane

I take this opportunity to sincerely say sorry for what you have gone through in the hands of the monstrous hurricanes. These have been quite unfortunate incidents that happened too close and too intense to bear

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Aguet Nhial – MY JOUNRNEY OF LIFE THROUGH SCHOOL

MY JOUNRNEY OF LIFE THROUGH SCHOOL My journey of academic life began in a local area in South Sudan, Jalle payam, Alian community. This was at Yomchiir Primary School in 2000 where I finished my primary one level. I used

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Jacob Ajoh – MY JOURNEY OF LIFE THROUGH SCHOOL

                                 MY JOURNEY OF LIFE THROUGH SCHOOL When I think of education, I see the journey I have walked from nursery school up to university level. I have had joy in school life although I encountered mounting problems along the

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Ateng Kuany – MY JOURNEY THROUGH SCHOOL

MY JOURNEY THROUGH SCHOOL My journey through school has been but a struggle. I started in Primary one in South Sudan. There were no classrooms. The only solution was to sit under the trees. Life was tough because we could

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Aguet Nhial – HOW I SEE THE UPCOMING 2017 IAAF OLYMPIC CHAMPIONSHIP IN LONDON

HOW I SEE THE UPCOMING 2017 IAAF OLYMPIC CHAMPIONSHIP IN LONDON  The long awaited International Association of Athletics Federations or in short, IAAF Olympic championship of 2017 which is going to be held in London, will be fantastic.   I see

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