Her story matters. Her life matters.

By Ann Wambui All genders are equal regardless of how society has portrayed girls to be inferior. And as they always say, “what a man can do, a woman can do better”. I am not just saying this to brag but because it is a true reflection of what women nowadays are doing thanks to... Continue Reading →


Teachers. Holders of education ladders

By Ann Wambui Education is important and without the teachers, there would be no straight direction. Teachers are the bridge between learners and books. They interpret what has been published in a language that students can comprehend and relate to. Good teachers simplify difficult subjects and make them favorite topics through various practicals. From kindergarten... Continue Reading →

Age of sexual consent to remain at 18

By Ann Wambui Let us take a little test. Do you understand the term “consent”? Are you aware that saying yes or no is just not enough? Someone may consent to something with zero ideas of the consequences that follow. In March 2019, three judges of the High Court proposed to have the age of... Continue Reading →

Peace equals happy generations

By Ann Wambui Peace of mind is very important for any human being. Without peace of mind, things seem to scatter everywhere and the body is unsettled. Just the freedom from disturbance and enjoying little and big moments of life with loved ones. Without peace in any country, its citizens are uneasy and cannot move... Continue Reading →

Class Six Pupil Commits Suicide over period shame

By Khadijah Mbesa According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a person dies due to suicide every 40 seconds in the world. Tragedy struck a family in Bomet county when their 14-year-old girl hanged herself after being chided and humiliated by a female teacher because of accidentally messing her clothes during her period. The school-girl,... Continue Reading →

You are never alone

By Ann Wambui Over the past five years of my life, I have come to appreciate peace of mind so much than I ever did. I never thought inner peace could mean so much until I had to conduct a meeting with me, myself and I to discuss on what I need to do to... Continue Reading →

Bedtime stories bear imagination

By Ann Wambui I have never for once been read for a bedtime story in my life but I sure do know how it feels to read for children a story just before bed. The preparations are intense because once children get used to the pattern it is all merry. I have always thought this... Continue Reading →

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