Job seeker’s rant KE: Recruiter From Hell

As a job-seeker in the modern world, it is almost unavoidable to interact with a recruitment agency or two. A recruitment agency is an institution that headhunts and matches employers to employees who fit the various job descriptions in their organizations. Since the recruitment agency takes up most of the responsibility to test the candidates’ capabilities and later give results, most organizations nowadays find their … Continue reading Job seeker’s rant KE: Recruiter From Hell

The ‘Great Wall of Kenya’: An Epic Fail

Border between Kenya and Somalia representing the proposed wall (Photo courtesy of http://www.jambonewspot.com) By Jeanne Ongiyo The wall of Jerusalem was built between 1535 and 1538 and surprisingly the wall stands unshaken to date. This should serve as inspiration for all the ‘doubting Thomases’ that are against the building of the proposed Kenya-Somalia border wall. A border wall worked in medieval times, protecting Jerusalem from … Continue reading The ‘Great Wall of Kenya’: An Epic Fail

Mandela’s Dying Dream: The Problem in Africa

By Jeanne Ongiyo “I dream of the realization of the unity of Africa, whereby its leaders combine in their efforts to solve the problems of this continent. I dream of our vast deserts, of our forests, of all our great wildernesses” Nelson Mandela. The late Nelson Mandela must be tossing and turning in his grave following the ongoing xenophobic attacks in his beloved South Africa. … Continue reading Mandela’s Dying Dream: The Problem in Africa

Drinking our way to the top!

Since inception, the first two seasons of Coke Studio have been able to not only gain a huge following both on social media and other conventional forms of media but it has also been able to propel the participants to greater heights. The concerts organized by Coca-Cola in partnership with a wide range of African musicians have benefited the participants and have also directly worked … Continue reading Drinking our way to the top!