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Poetry Corner: Dear You by Deborah Nafula

29 September 2020

BY DEBORAH NAFULA | GUEST WRITER It has been a while now… thought of writing you a letter To you Dear you Hope this finds you all good. God’s grace and love is always upon us so as to see this beautiful day. I know you have been through a lot this past year and […]

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The Kakamega County General Referral Hospital. PHOTO/COURTESY

Woman Narrates Torturous Ordeal She Went Through in the Hands of Kakamega County Hospital While Delivering

6 July 2020

(IMAGE: The Kakamega County General Referral Hospital. PHOTO/COURTESY) The Kakamega County Referral Hospital has been put on the spot by social media users after a woman identified as Ummu Warda Lateef took to Facebook to share her traumatic experience that she went through while delivering at the facility. The narration, which was posted on July […]

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ItsMyStory: Amazing Journey of Khoja Local, Fast Growing Luhya Comedian From Bungoma

8 June 2020

You have probably seen some of his funniest video clips on social media pages, which have left you laughing hysterically. But do you know the journey of fast-growing comedian Khoja, who is also a music artist and actor? Wakajuaness.Com had an interview with Khoja Local, real name Kennan Caleb Osianju, who shared his inspirational journey […]

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Moi University Student Carried by Floods for 7KMs Narrates Her Harrowing Ordeal

1 June 2020

Nancy Pyatich, a fourth-year student pursuing BSc. In Education at Moi University, has come out to reveal the harrowing ordeals she went through, after being swept away by floods in West Pokot. Speaking with Wakajuaness. Com during an interview, the 23-year-old Pyatich remembers the fateful day which she says is still vivid and fresh in […]

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PHOTOS: Renown Journalist Larry Madowo Graduates in United States

21 May 2020

Renown Kenyan Journalist and former BBC Africa editor Larry Madowo has been a trending figure all over the internet, after graduating with a Masters in Business and Economic Journalism at the Columbia Journalism School. Madowo made achieved the remarkable feat, being among only 10 fellows, according to a photo he shared, showing him with the […]

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How a Boda Boda Rider Saved a Homeless Man, Got Help From Kenyans

3 May 2020

When Amos Ochenge was coming from his daily hustle of riding Boda Boda and saw a crowd of people, little did he know that he was the one going to save the life of an innocent youth from the mob, falsely accused of being a thief. In an exclusive interview with Wakajuaness.Com, Ochenge, who resides […]

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‘I hope to serve my people in future’ says Joseph Kinyua Kamocere

21 April 2020

Growing up in Kibaki Village, Kathangariri Location, Nginda Ward in Embu County, Joseph Kinyua Kamocere is a young ardent politician who hopes to serve his people in future. Speaking with Wakajuaness.Com during an interview, Kamocere revealed that his big dream is that one day he will serve his people as a leader and change the […]

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These 3 Kenyans were bullied online, only for them to land a fortune

17 April 2020

Cyber bullying and social media abuse has been a popular trait for long. Many people have faced its wrath and praise in equal measures. The most vocal of all has been the Kenyans On Twitter, popularly referred to as KOT. So tough are the trolls, that President Uhuru Kenyatta was forced to de-activate his account. […]

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In the loving memory of Ken Walibora

15 April 2020

I was shocked with the news on 15th April, 2020, that one of my literature icon, Professor Ken Walibora had passed on at the age of 56. His body was found at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) mortuary. He had reportedly gone missing since Friday, when he is alleged to have been knocked down by […]

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A walk in the path of Ken Walibora Waliaula

15 April 2020

Many of those who have passed through the 8-4-4 education system will remember many of the books written by Ken Walibora, in which they were examined especially in the Kiswahili literature. Ken Walibora Waliaula was born on 6th January, 1964 at his parents’ native home in Baraki, Bungoma. His family later moved to Kitale and […]

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