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  1. Initially it was very difficult for Kenyans to understand this new system however with the involvement with parents a huge percentage have accepted it. Personally it was very difficult for me to deal with it when my daughter joined school, the assignments involving parents were freaking me out. As tRead more

    Initially it was very difficult for Kenyans to understand this new system however with the involvement with parents a huge percentage have accepted it. Personally it was very difficult for me to deal with it when my daughter joined school, the assignments involving parents were freaking me out. As time goes by, I have realized it’s the best thing that has ever happened to my child and I bet many Kenyans would concur with me.

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  2. Politicians are part of us because they come from families as well. Stealing begins with an individual and it is what leads to corruption. We cannot therefore be able to put it out there that politicians have stolen this amount of money from our governments over the past 3years because we do not havRead more

    Politicians are part of us because they come from families as well. Stealing begins with an individual and it is what leads to corruption. We cannot therefore be able to put it out there that politicians have stolen this amount of money from our governments over the past 3years because we do not have a parallel instut put aside to handle this tasks all over Africa. Our governments can only function better if we try to reduce or block the loopholes that create opportunities for corruption that milk our finances. There’s no super typology of government to ensure a perfect economy but democracy is definitely the best.

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  3. I believe the cost of being a woman is not something we can put into a definite digit or number. The economy is harsh on us as women because we do not only take care of ourselves but our families too. To be able to calculate that cost in totality is nearly impossible. I can only say it's expensive.

    I believe the cost of being a woman is not something we can put into a definite digit or number. The economy is harsh on us as women because we do not only take care of ourselves but our families too. To be able to calculate that cost in totality is nearly impossible. I can only say it’s expensive.

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  4. I believe some people get into marriages without knowing how demanding things really are in this institution. They have never had to deal with disappointments that involve a union and therefore when they begin to experience challenges of marriage take toll on them or weigh them down , instead of comRead more

    I believe some people get into marriages without knowing how demanding things really are in this institution. They have never had to deal with disappointments that involve a union and therefore when they begin to experience challenges of marriage take toll on them or weigh them down , instead of committing and working around the issues to make it successful, they chose to neglect their responsibilities by blaming their partners or walk away. Such negligence is what appear to the struggling partners as lack of commitment.

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  5. The pettiest reason I once ended a relationship was getting a guy who demanded my presence too much and I had other things to work on too.

    The pettiest reason I once ended a relationship was getting a guy who demanded my presence too much and I had other things to work on too.

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  6. I believe mental problems is unique to individual. Most of the artists expose themselves to lots of pressure from the public so they really need to check up with themselves to get a piece of mind otherwise they end up losing themselves when they try to live fake life that come with huge prices to keRead more

    I believe mental problems is unique to individual. Most of the artists expose themselves to lots of pressure from the public so they really need to check up with themselves to get a piece of mind otherwise they end up losing themselves when they try to live fake life that come with huge prices to keep up with and some times drain every single coin they would have invested. Waking up to such scenarios where you have lost everything in the name of pleasing the public eye might cause some devastation and the repercussion is mental breakdown.

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  7. The recent marital murders is not necessarily due to the patriarchal nature of our society but to a greater extent due to frustrations within marriages brought about by inadequate income that can barely provide the most fundamental needs consistently in the current devastating economy.

    The recent marital murders is not necessarily due to the patriarchal nature of our society but to a greater extent due to frustrations within marriages brought about by inadequate income that can barely provide the most fundamental needs consistently in the current devastating economy.

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  8. No matter what one is given, one will never be at peace if their freedom is taken away. Giving up your freedom in exchange of material things is like imprisoning oneself. one becomes a property of another.

    No matter what one is given, one will never be at peace if their freedom is taken away. Giving up your freedom in exchange of material things is like imprisoning oneself. one becomes a property of another.

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  9. With a gross salary of Ksh28,000 , I spend Ksh. 6000 on rent . The remaining amount cater for consumption, fare and savings. Basically, it's about 21.4%.

    With a gross salary of Ksh28,000 , I spend Ksh. 6000 on rent . The remaining amount cater for consumption, fare and savings. Basically, it’s about 21.4%.

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  10. My earliest childhood memory was at the age of 5 years old. I decided to take myself to school, nursery to be specific because my parents felt I was too young then to join. I did this because I hated the role I was given then every single morning. My motivator was seeing children smartly dressed inRead more

    My earliest childhood memory was at the age of 5 years old. I decided to take myself to school, nursery to be specific because my parents felt I was too young then to join. I did this because I hated the role I was given then every single morning. My motivator was seeing children smartly dressed in uniform passing around my home while I was doing some patrol in the garden with my parents. That decision itself created a future for me.

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  11. My earliest childhood memory was at the age of 5 years old. I decided to take myself to school, nursery to be specific because my parents felt I was too young then to join. I did this because I hated the role I was given then every s

    My earliest childhood memory was at the age of 5 years old. I decided to take myself to school, nursery to be specific because my parents felt I was too young then to join. I did this because I hated the role I was given then every s

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  12. Patriarchal society is a society where the dominant decision makers are males. Our society from the beginning has been extensively patriarchal. Women have tried to come up with ways to balance this by taking up several male dominated roles, getting involved in decision making processes directly andRead more

    Patriarchal society is a society where the dominant decision makers are males. Our society from the beginning has been extensively patriarchal. Women have tried to come up with ways to balance this by taking up several male dominated roles, getting involved in decision making processes directly and campaigning for equity but still our society remains patriarchal to a greater percentage despite all the efforts.

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  13. Well, for some...the communities they come from are against separation and not even civilization can change the way people in such communities carry themselves. Others are scared to lose child custody if a child is involved in the relationship. Some are threatened for extreme damage by their partnerRead more

    Well, for some…the communities they come from are against separation and not even civilization can change the way people in such communities carry themselves. Others are scared to lose child custody if a child is involved in the relationship. Some are threatened for extreme damage by their partners which might force them to stick to the relationship like slaves. In the end, how each one of us view relationship and their strategies to handle the challenges brought about by it vary and only an individual can make that ultimate decision to quit or to stay on.

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  14. Well, for some...the communities they come from are against separation and not even civilization can change the way people in such communities carry themselves. Others are scared to lose child custody if a child is involved in the relationship. Some are threatened for extreme damage by their partnerRead more

    Well, for some…the communities they come from are against separation and not even civilization can change the way people in such communities carry themselves. Others are scared to lose child custody if a child is involved in the relationship. Some are threatened for extreme damage by their partners which might force them to stick to the relationship like slaves. In the end, how each one of us view relationship and their strategies to handle the challenges brought about by it vary and only an individual can make that ultimate decision to quit or to stay on.

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  15. There have been some great effort made by our leaders in attempt to fight corruption but the problem is a lot of Kenyans struggle to put something on their tables. The individual interests we have will always create loopholes for corruption because everyone wants to accumulate wealth for themselves.Read more

    There have been some great effort made by our leaders in attempt to fight corruption but the problem is a lot of Kenyans struggle to put something on their tables. The individual interests we have will always create loopholes for corruption because everyone wants to accumulate wealth for themselves. The thought about community good becomes secondary. No matter how disciplined a leader is, as long as they work with these self entered individuals who care only about themselves , corruption cannot die completely.

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