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A Letter to Nat Geo WILD

April 22, 2019 Director, Human Resource National Geographic Headquarters 1145 17th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Sir/madam, I'm writing to humbly request for a job opportunity in your organization. But first I would like to commend you guys for the wonderful job you are doing of informing us of the world we live in, … Continue reading A Letter to Nat Geo WILD

A leaflet from the Sudanese Revolution

When the Sudanese people  went up in protests against their own government in a rare solidarity with the country's military that led to the ousting of their president, Omar al-Bashir, I thought Ugandans must be asking themselves, "why cant we do it too?" Why can't they have their long-serving president, Yoweri Museveni step down as … Continue reading A leaflet from the Sudanese Revolution

Hurt a mosquito

Go away mosquito, please go away and leave me alone, Why do you have to be such a nuisance, can't sleep with lights on, Soon as I switch them off you start buzzing, I know you somewhere in the dark lurking, Waiting for me to fall asleep so you can creep out of your hiding, … Continue reading Hurt a mosquito

KUCCPS: Does the university you go to matter?

90,755 students scored a mean grade of C+ and above in the 2018 KCSE examination, hence eligible for placement to universities as Government-sponsored students come September, some as early as May, to pursue various courses after the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) released its report for the 2019/2020 cycle. Most of these students, … Continue reading KUCCPS: Does the university you go to matter?