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The Pitfalls of Kenya Power

Kenya Power is my country’s only power distributor. It has had the monopoly on the distribution and supply of power since independence, I think, when it was known as Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC). Kenya Power is probably the most complained about company in the country, perhaps along with Safaricom. Power in the country… Read more »

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Finding my Faith

My personal faith has undergone several metamorphoses in my somewhat short life, which I’ve covered here before. In about the first 10 years of my life, if you asked me what my faith was I would’ve told you that I was Anglican. I didn’t really believe in that particular creed per se but it was… Read more »

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Through the Crystal Ball

I have read a lot of books in my life so far, more than most people will read in their lives. It’s something I’m quite proud of, and I also love doing it. Books allow you to visit worlds unseen, experience the lives of other people, and learn from their experience and wisdom without ever… Read more »

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Ambulating with Confidence

Have you ever taken a conscious notice of the way you walk? It is the opinion of one of my friends that I walk in a manner that suggests I own the world, while another tells me I walk as if I were surveying my domain. The manner in which I choose to walk is… Read more »

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The Awesomeness of Google

This is my tribute to the greatness that is Google; a company I love and want to work for one day because they’re such an integral part of my internet experience. Some I’d like to outline the reasons for my adoration of Google. The Search Engine Firstly (and obviously) is the search engine. This is… Read more »

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Mother’s Choice

I don’t know what made me ask my mum this question; I was probably about 10 years old at the time. Perhaps I had watched a particularly sad movie where the choice was given, or maybe my friends had regaled me with stories in that vein, or I was in a “what-if” mood. I was… Read more »