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Dear Friends in Green, I would like to re-introduce you to an old man who is no longer with us. About one decade ago, this old man sat in a primary school classroom in Kenya's Rift Valley area. His hair was all white, his face all wrinkled and his eyes deep with age. KimaniMaruge, the old man went on to land a place in the Guinness Book of World...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 16th Aug 2013
  • 30

Dear Friends in Green, What is the great dream of your life? What is the one dream that wells from your deepest desire? Ponder over this for a while before you continue reading this letter. I want to share with you the dream of the iconic Nelson Mandela. Hear it in his own words, I dream of an Africa which is at peace with itself.' I will highli...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 9th Aug 2013
  • 30

On any given day, we all interact with and utilize manufactured products. These products range from the cups that we use for our breakfast to the shoes that we put on as we leave the house; from the tires of the vehicles that wetravel in to the computers that see us through our busy working days. The big question is this where are these products...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 2nd Aug 2013
  • 29

Dear Friends in Green, Nguli syonthe iyiania musoani umwe! Most of you are probably scratching your heads wondering what these words mean. This is proverb of Kenya's Akamba people. Loosely translated, it means that, all monkeys cannot hang on one branch.' If they do, the branch will break, the monkeys will tumble to the ground and face possible ...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 26th Jul 2013
  • 36

Budget. A seven letter word with severe implications! A budget is simply a statement of how much money you have (or will have) and what you intend to do with that money. More often than not, our expenditures often outweigh our income. This leads to unbalanced budgets that scream of misplaced priorities. Ronald Reagan, the former US president put i...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 19th Jul 2013
  • 29

The future of any country lies in the young shoulders of its youth. This is particularly true of African countries where at least 200 million Africans are aged between 15 and 24. By 2020, three out of four Africans will average 20 years old. It's no wonder that by end of the century 40% of all humans will be African. Like other countries, Kenya's p...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 12th Jul 2013
  • 47


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