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  1. Some settle after pressure and coercion while other just decide to because of social pressure. I know people who only settled down after the girlfriend set an ultimatum.

    Some settle after pressure and coercion while other just decide to because of social pressure. I know people who only settled down after the girlfriend set an ultimatum.

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  2. I follow several travel bloggers and that is how I get to know all these cool places. Brand Kenya had come forth as the official branding agent for the country but they have not done a good job with that. Exploring needs personal effort and recommendation otherwise, we will all continue going to MomRead more

    I follow several travel bloggers and that is how I get to know all these cool places. Brand Kenya had come forth as the official branding agent for the country but they have not done a good job with that. Exploring needs personal effort and recommendation otherwise, we will all continue going to Mombasa during holidays and bump into everyone we were escaping from in the first place.

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  3. When the madness of an entire nation disturbs a solitary mind, it is not enough to say the man is mad. - Francis Imbuga

    When the madness of an entire nation disturbs a solitary mind, it is not enough to say the man is mad. – Francis Imbuga

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  4. African countries have undergone two forms of governance liberation, yet remain stuck in the middle of a third one. First, it was the struggle for independence from the colonial rule then liberation from dictatorships that merged from independence. Now, many African countries are facing a struggle oRead more

    African countries have undergone two forms of governance liberation, yet remain stuck in the middle of a third one. First, it was the struggle for independence from the colonial rule then liberation from dictatorships that merged from independence. Now, many African countries are facing a struggle of getting proper democratic governance.

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  5. According to the International Organization of Securities Commissions, of which Kenya is a member, some of the risks associated with ICOs are as follows: The heightened potential for fraud: while some ICOs are backed by genuine teams and innovative ideas for products and services, there is a risk thRead more

    According to the International Organization of Securities Commissions, of which Kenya is a member, some of the risks associated with ICOs are as follows:

    The heightened potential for fraud: while some ICOs are backed by genuine teams and innovative ideas for products and services, there is a risk that some are launched by fraudsters. Since ICOs are unregulated, investors risk being the victims of such frauds.

    Cross-border distribution risks: If the investor is operating the ICO outside the investor’s jurisdiction, tracking the money and recovering it in the event the ICO collapses can be difficult.

    Information asymmetry: the complex nature of ICOs and the uncertainty surrounding the rights and interests of investors results in most ICO participants not understanding the risks, costs, the expected returns, and the expected drivers of risks and returns emanating from their investments. As a result, they cannot make informed decisions regarding such investments and may be vulnerable to fraud.

    Liquidity risks: Generally, cryptocurrencies and ICO tokens are traded on virtual exchanges which might give rise to opaque and volatile pricing and insufficient liquidity to support dependable trading and market-making activities. In some countries, these exchanges are unregulated. Therefore, investors are exposed to volatile prices and the possibility of being unable to exit their holdings.

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  6. At risk for physical, emotional, social, and cognitive violation, these children are in need of interventions that appropriately address their needs in the context of their environment, and build upon the positive survival skills that they have developed as a result of street life.

    At risk for physical, emotional, social, and cognitive violation, these children are in need of interventions that appropriately address their needs in the context of their environment, and build upon the positive survival skills that they have developed as a result of street life.

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