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An article I was requested to submit for publishing in the Heritage AII in house magazine. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

We have grown up like brothers and sisters with the Sudanese refugees community in Kenya, now their mother land wants them back. To these and all the Sudanese refugees in the diaspora, may God grant your dream of rebuilding a happy and prosperous nation of Southern Sudan. Read More
Africans were indeed the authors of world civilisation and can still reclaim their place in the history of the modern world. Read More
You only set up a sloppy display for your shop at your own risk. Read More
When centre aligned, this unique poem takes the shape of the vessels used for bread (Ist stanza) and wine (2nd stanza) during Holy Communion in church. It is a wounded person’s final prayer, and alludes to the last supper, hence the two symbolic vessels. Read More
A poem I wrote this morning when I woke up to the realisation of how real God is, and just how close He is in time of need. Read More
Most persons can improve their productivity thrice or four times without having to increase the number of working hours. Read More
A skilled man will serve before kings; he will not serve before obscure men. (Proverbs 22:29) Read More
The line between genius and failure is not only knowing where to get new ideas, but also partnering to get your novel products to the market. Read More
The fact that Kenyan assembled computers are rarely advertised in the mainstream media doesn’t negate their existence... Read More
Besides assisting you secure the much needed capital to start your buseness, a prefessionally done business plan plays other crucial roles..... Read More
Making career transition from salaried employment to enterpreneurship. Read More
Tickle My Funny Bone Comedy Writing Contest 2018

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