Pages

Adsense



Featured post

Uhuruto have become perfect Moi Students

Former president moi said that kanu would rule for 100 years. what he meant is that even if not in name, kanu would rule by ideology. As...

16/08/2017

Uhuruto have become perfect Moi Students

Former president moi said that kanu would rule for 100 years. what he
meant is that even if not in name, kanu would rule by ideology.

As jubilee is shutting down revered NGOs like AfriCOG and KHRC, you
wonder whether we are slowly descending into the kanu era of
repression.

The gallant men and women of this country must stand up and be
counted.If Moi was finally dethroned from power, then this jubilee
state tyranny will some day come to an end, no matter how bleak the
situation seems right now.

15/08/2017

Why are we profiling the Luo Community?

The proverbial phrase that nasa supporters have been told is to
'accept and move on'. This was the same phrase that cord supporters
were asked to adopt in 2013.

'Accept and move on' implies that the underlying issues that encumber
Kenya have been solved.

Lets start with tribalism. It is absurd that we are profiling ethnic
communities, especially the Luo community, which has contributed
immensely to the progress and development of this country. In short,
the story of kenya would not be complete without a chapter on the
contributions of the Luo community.

14/08/2017

The Real Suspense In Kenya

The New York Times has a startling editorial on the real suspense in
Kenya. The editorial has a disparaging editorial on nasa leader Raila
Odinga, whom it calls a 'perennial loser'.

However, the real suspense is on who will take over the mantle of
opposition leadership from Raila Odinga. It is unlikely that Kalonzo
Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi or Moses Wetangula will have even a tenth of
the gravitas that Raila had in tackling the government.

Jubilee won, yes. But that does not mean that its rule should not be
checked. Thus, the real predicament for Kenya at present is who will
combat Jubilee. For democracy demands a vibrant opposition no matter
how popular a regime is.

27/07/2017

This is Why Nasa represents Canaan, the promised land.

The path for Kenya to be liberated is a long and a difficult one. This is why we must all persevere as Nasa takes us to the promised land of Canaan. In that land, tribalism will be a thing of the past. Corruption will have been buried. The unity of all Kenyans, regardless of tribe, shall have been assured. In that land, men and women that wear the Kenyan badge shall be able to dream new dreams. They shall dream of a Kenya that is receptive to their dreams and talents. This is why all must turn out and vote for Nasa in huge numbers.

Uhuru has become a divider in chief- This is Why Kenyans want him out

President Uhuru Kenyatta promised to unite all Kenyans regardless of their tribe, gender or religion. Instead, he has become a divider in chief, balkanising the country even more. His mantra that 'sis tutakula nyama wengine wakimeza mate' is a recipe for chaos, and should not be uttered by a man that was supposed to be a symbol of unity for Kenyans.

This is why all right thinking Kenyans must vote Jubilee out and usher in an an era of inclusivity represented by none other than Raila Amolo Odinga and the Nasa coalition. That is the only way to develop Kenya. This two tribe affair that is set to rule Kenya up to 2032 should remain just that- a dream.

20/07/2017

why raila is the glue that holds kenya together

kenya is at crossroads. We could choose uhuruto to spur their second
term. this route will take us nowhere. Uhuruto have balkanised this
country. They have made a complete mockery of the kenyan nation state.
Uhuruto want this country to be ruled only by two tribes. excluding 40
plus tribes in the aspect of the presidency will not bode well for
kenyas stability.when the cheque of the this two tribe affair expires,
kenya could plunge itself into anarchy. Perhaps, kenya could never
recover from this. it is why raila odinga is the best hope for kenya.
his agenda must spread to all and sundry

19/07/2017

here is raila's secret to win elections

raila odinga is leaving nothing to chance. This is his final chance at
the presidency. Raila's game plan is simple. convert as many of his
supporters to the polling booths as possible. Turn out and voter
enthusiasm will thus be the secret card of raila. The second
ammunition in raila's stable is safeguarding the votes. Raila plans to
copy what ghanas opposition did. Raila aims to launch the 'adopt a
polling station' strategy. in this arrangement, raila aims to use
thousands of volunteers to collat and tally the votes of nasa.

14/07/2017

I'm torn between choosing a career for money or for passion. What advice can you give me?

There is a lot that gos into selecting the right career for you. As a first step, you need to check on whether you have the right abilities for the career. In retrospect, ensure that you have the the abilities needed for the job. For instance, if you have a passion for math and physics, then you could make a great engineer. If love biochemistry, then you could make a good doctor.

19/12/2014

What is the fee structure for private universities?

Private Universities differ in their fee structure, and also, depending on the course that one wants to study. However, as a general rule, the tuition fee is usually between Kshs.40,000 all the way up to Kshs.400,000 per academic year. Please check the individual university for the fee structure.

What is the main difference between private universities and public universities?

In private universities, the fee structure is uniform, and there are no regular or parallel students. This means that one will attend the same classes, and even do the same exams. Until recently, in public universities, regular and parallel degree students would sit in different classes and even sometimes do different exams. Also, in most private universities, accommodation for students is uniform. Due to their very nature, more affluent students tend to attend private universities and therefore, there communication skills may be top

Can I study for a bridging course in university?

Yes, you can study for a bridging course, and then enroll for a degree course. This is especially if you have scored less than a C or  a C+ in a particular subject which is considered important to the study of the said course. This will then allow you to enroll even in courses such as medicine or engineering.

Can I transfer and be a regular student after I have enrolled as a parallel student?

You can transfer from being a regular student to a parallel student, but not the other way round. If you want to become a regular student, you must have been selected by the central universities and colleges placement body.

What is the fee structure for parallel degree programs at JKUAT University?

The fee structure for parallel degree courses defer depending on the course, and the university which you will be attending. For instance, courses in medicine and related disciplines could be as high as Kshs.650,000 per academic year. Courses in engineering could cost about Kshs.250,000 to Kshs.300,000 per academic year, while courses in the sciences could cost Kshs.150,000 to Kshs.200,000 per academic year. The courses in the Arts disciplines may cost from Kshs.80,000 to Kshs.140,000 per academic year. For more information, you can check out the JKUAT website, and look out for press advertisements.

What is the fee structure for parallel degree courses at Moi University?

The fee structure for parallel degree courses defer depending on the course, and the university which you will be attending. For instance, courses in medicine and related disciplines could be as high as Kshs.650,000 per academic year. Courses in engineering could cost about Kshs.250,000 to Kshs.300,000 per academic year, while courses in the sciences could cost Kshs.150,000 to Kshs.200,000 per academic year. The courses in the Arts disciplines may cost from Kshs.80,000 to Kshs.140,000 per academic year. For more information, you can look up to the Moi University website, and for press advertisements.

What is the fee structure for parallel students at Kenyatta University?

The fee structure for parallel degree courses defer depending on the course, and the university which you will be attending. For instance, courses in medicine and related disciplines could be as high as Kshs.650,000 per academic year. Courses in engineering could cost about Kshs.250,000 to Kshs.300,000 per academic year, while courses in the sciences could cost Kshs.150,000 to Kshs.200,000 per academic year. The courses in the Arts disciplines may cost from Kshs.80,000 to Kshs.140,000 per academic year.