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On BBI voting Let us Focus on Our Common Enemy, Not Each other

Kenya is about to be thrust into the very belly of electioneering. Once this electioneering period that is on the horizon shifts into high gear, it will be important for Kenyans to conduct themselves with wisdom, unity and maturity. Our votes must end up empowering our youth to follow a trajectory that transforms their misfortunes into stepping st...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 28th Nov 2020
  • 167
Let's Solve Our National Problems through Action, Not Talk

Kenya is currently going through stormy waters. Covid-19 has hemorrhaged hundreds of thousands of jobs, which has in turn depressed the economy. We have pressing national problems that are a matter of life and death. Downplaying or ignoring these problems is brutalizing the wellbeing of forty-seven million Kenyans. We must tackle these problems wit...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 21st Nov 2020
  • 127

I do not hold brief for either the President or former Prime Minister. I am just a Kenyan who has studied the proposed BBI amendments and found them to be critical cornerstones for building a better Kenya. Despite my misgivings with a few proposed changes, I am persuaded that the totality of BBI's proposed changes are robust building blocks for con...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 14th Nov 2020
  • 287
Our Youth can Unite the Nation through the Cooperative Movement

Instead of constantly complaining about politicians exploiting us, we need to take concrete steps towards national cohesion and impregnable unity. Cooperative societies present us with golden opportunities to unite the nation in a common quest for equitable economic prosperity. Cooperatives are born from the collective womb of members who share a c...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 7th Nov 2020
  • 162

Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 3.6 called for a 50% reduction in the number of global road traffic deaths by 2020. That didn't happen. If anything, road traffic accidents in Kenya have increased in recent years. Time is ripe for us Kenyans to change our behavior on the roads. More importantly, responsible road behavior will make our roa...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 31st Oct 2020
  • 187
Turn Your Side Hustle into Your Main Occupation

For a side hustle to turn into a main occupation, you must be like Eliud Kipchoge and just keep running. Do so during the great days of running a marathon below two hours and also during the bad days when you come in eighth in a marathon everyone expected you to win. Keep running. Keep selling that product. Keep planning and learning from your mist...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 24th Oct 2020
  • 384


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