Nigeria has lately experienced unprecedented spates of violence especially in the Northern part of the nation. In March we have seen attacks that have left scores dead and others hospitalized. Day in day out attacks have been reported and owned up by the Boko Haram militia group- which means Western education is sacrilege – . This […]

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The Constitution defines a youth as someone below 35 years of age. In Kenya, more than 60% of the population is composed of the youths. These young people have very many concerns they feel have been highlighted before in various fora but the government and the responsible parties seem to give them a deaf ear. […]

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Growing up as an albino child was no easy feat for Josephat Torna. He was born in a polygamous family and the unyielding undertones from all sectors made life a nightmare for him. Cases of albino’s being merchandised in Tanzania is not a new thing and the fact that he came from a polygamous family did […]

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On the last day of the workshop at CORAT, Reverend Phyllis Byrd Ochilo read from the book of: Luke 13:10-13 On a Sabbath, Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues, and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit for eighteen years. She was bent over and could not straighten up […]

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Kenya’s revenue collection currently stands at over Shillings 600 billion annually. This development has been occasioned by the structures put in place by the Kenya Revenue Authority that has in great ways been able to seal loopholes that tax evaders had utilised for a long time to deny government taxes. Gauging from what the taxes have […]

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Reverend Phyllis Ochilo was in her element as she urged the church leaders across the East African region to stand firm like a rock whose value is unparalleled. During the second day of the church leaders workshop in CORAT – Christians Organisation Research and Advisory Trust of Africa – centre, she reiterated the need for the church […]

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The Church has been dared to be an unstoppable force in society in order to bring the desired change in the various communities. Reverend Phyllis Byrd Ochilo, the Director of Just Communities at the OAIC says that church leaders need to be Shepherds and ensure that the church becomes relevant in the society and this […]

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More than a year since Kenyans celebrated with vigour and ecstasy the promulgation of the new constitution, the fruits of the many promises enshrined in the document are yet to be felt by many. A project known as Huduma that is meant to hold the relevant authorities accountable for the institutions they head was recently introduced to […]

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