The 4-Way Test is one of the world's most widely printed and quoted statements of business ethics that was developed in 1932 by Rotarian Herbet J. Taylor and was later adopted by Rotary International in 1943. I know a number of Rotaractors know this by heart, just as they know the Grace but how many of … Continue reading A Rotaractor’s Guide of Maintaining Peace in 2017 Elections: Rotary 4-Way Test
To the man who will get the above title,congratulations. Its not an easy journey and am certain am no easy woman to deal with.I don’t know how it will be or what you will have to go through to get there,but I wish you all the best. There are so many things and responsibilities that will come with that title,but I hope we will get through them all together.
You will have to by pass my sisters. Most people are afraid of brothers,but well,the Francis’ girls are something and am no exception. One of my sisters is talkative, crazy and really knows how to tell her mind. She actually thinks any male friend I have or I introduce to them will be her brother in-law. One day,out of nowhere,she told me,”Wambu,usioe Trevor Noah,anakuanga so serious. (Wambu,don’t marry Trevor Noah, he usually is so serious)” The irony in the…
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How exciting can this ever get? Mama I made it Happy Belated They call me the greatest The main role of Rotaract has and will always be developing leadership skills in its members. I'm a great beneficiary of this. Ever since joining five years ago, I've grown through the ranks from being a club director … Continue reading The Six Musketeers: Get to know the District PR Team
The conquest of an Executive in a big company is always becoming a member of some prestigious golf club. Either in the lavish Karen Country Club or the leafy suburbs of Muthaiga. Golf has always been considered a gentleman's game - more of a rich gentleman's game. To most executives, it's never that serious, about winning … Continue reading Do You Wanna Tee? Rotary Langata Got You!
Ready Aiders Foundation requests for your contribution in its borehole project for Percy Davies special. Percy Davies special school- Kambiti is a mixed boarding school for learners with mental challenges. However, it has learners with multiple handicaps, orphans and others who are vulnerable. It has a total population of 84 pupils. The school does not … Continue reading Percy Davies Project -Foundation
I hate when people see me at the supermarket and they’re like, “hey, what are you doing here?” in my mind am like “oh you know hunting elephatns” Haha! Hunting elephants in deed. It’s still Njaanuary and the heat is insane. We still got two more weeks and get to cross over to the most … Continue reading Love Brewed in a Matatu
It's a new year and it's already nine days old. Time does fly by fast. Welcome to Njaanuary, the Sun is excessively too hot and the pockets just too empty. Anyway. Kick-ass title, right? All single men (as myself) in my age group or older will attest that the one question you always wanna avoid … Continue reading ‘When You Gonna Bring a Girl Home’
So I turned a year older yesterday (hoooooooooooray). Doesn't feel any different but am glad am year and a day older now. The past one year has been a mixture of great winnings and losses/disappointments but more of winnings. I have achieved a few of the objectives I had set out in the year and … Continue reading Happy Birthday. To Me!
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Unemployment amongst the youth has been a major problem within Kenya as a society in General. This is partial resultant from the systematic dependent and priority branding of white collar jobs, nevertheless youths in Kenya are among the world’s most innovative, credited with creating viable solutions to various problems. the IDEA Wajibika Forum is … Continue reading Wajibika Forum: Conversations That Bring Change