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Kiswahili, Globalization and African Unity
Kiswahili, Utandawazi na Umoja wa Afrika
Mwongozo wa Utengano
Writing Freedom: The Art of Contesting Incarceration
(African Journals Online, 2011)
Human existence and interaction is essentially characterized by a contest between individuals who at times have diametrically opposed social, political, and economic ideals. Due to the forceful nature of our idiosyncrasies, ...
Regional Disparities in Employment and Human Development in Kenya
(Canadian Journal of Business and Economics, 2012)
What are the regional disparities in employment and human development in Kenya? This is obviously some of the questions that linger in the minds of many Kenyans as they prepare to mark the second anniversary of the ...
Place Branding as a Means for Negotiating for an African identity: A Personal Reflection of Myths, Roles and Perspectives in Kenya
The recreation of an indigenous identity for Africa has undergone significant challenge. The very nature of a dynamic global, socio-economic environment has created a political quagmire within African societies. Such ...
Trends in Mean Annual Minimum and Maximum Near Surface Temperature in Nairobi City, Kenya
(Advances in Meteorology, 2010)
This paper examines the long-term urban modification of mean annual conditions of near surface temperature in Nairobi City. Data from four weather stations situated in Nairobi were collected from the Kenya Meteorological ...
Evolution of Ethnic Based Gangs in Kenya: With Special Emphasis on the Mungiki
The protection of civilians from harm and abuse is a key humanitarian concern. This challenge is compromised by the rising insecurity in Kenya, which is a major source of concern to the government, since most major ethnic ...