Sonko Malong: An Economics Lesson to a Learned friend.

On Monday 30th March 2020, Kenyans were attracted to a free Economics lesson on Twitter By Dr. David Ndii to a City Lawyer Donald Kipkorir. In a post that elicited numerous reactions from Kenyans, The Doctor used common analogies enriched with economics theories to explain what earlier seemed so had to be understood by the Lawyer. Here is a preview of what the action was like

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Applying sociological perspectives in health and social care

The concept of unequal society Across most societies, there are things that make it unequal. This implies that the society encounters some challenges as a result of specific aspects that make it not equal due to beliefs, perceptions and attitudes being expressed and leading to conflicts. Possible causes include some people perceiving themselves as of better social status than others. Those in the receiving end could be subjects of prejudice where there is a set of attitudes towards specific ethnic…

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Manitoba’s Water Crisis: An Issue in Social Ethics

Water reserves within Manitoba have transitioned through the worst tribulations in Canada: 6 percent of all homesteads within the province do not have any water reserves. There has been so much attention in recent times for the Canadian media together with a Liberal debate within the house of commons which led the Minister in charge of Aboriginal affairs to state that five point five million would be spend by the government to aid better infrastructure within the 4 communities that…

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Changing representation of female ghosts

            Ghost stories have been an eminent theme within the literature of Japan, when the exceptional social and economic scenarios emerged during the start of the Edo period around the 17th century, ghost stories imagery and motifs started gaining eminence, suddenly becoming a practical theme in the universe of Ukiyo-e establishing itself as a dignified imagery via assistance from kabuki staging methods, social conventions and religious values. After sufficient stability was realized, the ghost’s stories then together with other arts…

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Coronavirus

Panic in Nairobi as a patient that tested positive for COVID 19 escapes and interacts with 85 others.

Scanty details emerging from the capital of Kenya indicates that a patient in isolation at the National quarantine facility Mbaghati escaped and interacted with 85 others. The lady has since been found and taken back to the isolation facility. Health personal and security authorities are in the process of identifying the persons that she interacted it for potential quarantine in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. “Be safe from Coronavirus https://www.trendingleo.com/2020/02/how-to-stay-safe-from-covid-19-corona-virus/ “ It remains unclear under what…

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Use of Technology helping China curb Corona Virus spread.

Sophisticated technology is coming in handy in China with the spread of Coronavirus pandemic. Though it evokes privacy concerns, the current crisis has forced concerned parties to shelved such concerns in a bid to arrest the spread of the deadly virus. In Zhenghou for instance, AI Cameras have been placed in subway gates, together with infrared temperature scanners, this is helping authorities detect possible infected persons. The biggest benefit is that no one has to seat and monitor, the system…

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black mamba

Black Mamba kills a man in Baringo due to lack of Emergency Services.

SNAKE COUNTY. Baringo County is currently the most dangerous place to stay in Kenya. This is because all dangerous snakes have migrated to this region. Over 50 pythons have been reported seen in Mogotio and Marigat constituencies between 2019 Jan & 2020 March. The huge pythons with over 50kgs each have caused lots of losses to farmers by swallowing their goats, cows, chicken etc. Black mambas are now the worry that is causing deaths in this county. Cobras also have…

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Class Segregation in Urban centers

From the time when urbanization started in European towns, segregation by political affiliation, class, or social status has always existed. In present day American towns, segregation is mostly with regard to race or class. There are several causes of segregation in urban areas; when cities were beginning to grow in America, masses of citizens migrated to these industrial centers with the wish of getting employment or having a better live.             The aspect of class stratification in urban areas is…

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Kenya vs South Africa

Kenya Vs South Africa

On Monday afternoon, Kenyans on Twitter once again dismantled South Africans in a twitter war that generated over 8000 tweets within an hr. Kenyans on Twitter have been known to Unite against other nations in a bid to proof who rules twitter. Kenyans have previously taken on Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria and Rwanda. Among the key tackles were For more of this read KenyavsSouthAfrica On twitter

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Natural Gas

Blessings or trouble for Israel Natural Gas Discoveries.

For so many Decades, Israel has always been surrounded by Major Oil producers, often hostile to do business with. This forced Israel to look into better cheaper options to power its economy. Israel has been on the forefront with efforts towards Green energy and environmental protection. Israel has massively invested in Solar and Wind energy which has greatly helped it reduce the amount of Money spent on Oil Exports. However, that situation has changed perhaps at the right time, at…

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Traits and attributes of various architects

Francesco Borromini an Italian Architect was very passionate and inspired in his works. Despite his troubles that almost led him to commit suicide, he still produced the world’s most creative drawings in the 21st century. His passion shaped his career such that he never was contended with himself and always strived hard to achieve better. Apart from passion, Borromini is widely recognised for his experimentation, classicism, prayer and sensuality this traits and attributes made him such an exceptional and accomplished…

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Tony Opondo Onyango

Kenya Sevens Rugby Player collapses and dies.

Top Shujaa and KCB Rugby Club play Tony Onyango Opondo has passed on. Preliminary reports indicate that Tony collapsed and passed on in his Home in Ngong within the outskirts of Nairobi on the night of 3rd March 2020. Tony an Alumni of Maseno school rose the ranks in the Rugby field going on to play for Simbas for six years, Impala, Strathmore, Homeboys and KCB. He played 29 matches for Kenya in the World Rugby series, scoring 5 tries…

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Chinese harrasment

Stereotyping and abuse of Chinese in Africa for being associated with Corona Virus

Earlier today, a video emerged of two Chinese citizens allegedly being harassed In the Kenyan Capital Nairobi East Africa. There has been an outcry in the region for governments to halt flights to and from China until the virus is controlled and misinformed citizens perhaps believed that the Virus is caused by Chinese.

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The Jewish Revolt

The Jewish rebelled against the city of Rome. Thousands of the Jews population in 66AD rioted and kicked out the minor Roman strongholds based in the city of Jerusalem. Gallas Centius, who was by then an emperor of Rome in the neighboring country Syria, deployed a huge battalion of solders. Then the rebellious Jews fought them back as well. There was now a different approach to follow. The Romans came back with a battalion of over sixty thousand solders heavily…

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The Verdict

The legal system seems to produce two types of lawyers, bad lawyers and good ones. As I always thought there is a lot of foul play in the legal system and smart and cruel lawyers always have their success in court disregarding real justice. It is important for a defense team to always safeguard his resources and only disclose his strategies to trustworthy person to avoid leaking such resources to the opponents. The legal system should also find a way…

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Mass Media Bias

Media biasness It’s clear that indeed the media is biased on some instances. The manner in which they portray certain candidates during campaigns and formulate events in a manner that influence the way in which voters casts their votes. Reporting of events and issues surrounding those in power is also questionable, however much it is twisted as poor reporting it still yields to biasness making the media biased. The fact that journalists and editors have power in making decisions with…

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What makes a good student? How emotions and motivation contributes to academic achievement.

However, much that emotions and motivations directly relates to the learning experiences, less studies have been conducted in the area. Motivations and emotions to a larger degree affect all learning and teaching processes, hence getting to know the emotional and motivation attachment to school performances is vital.  It is obvious for students to experience several emotions within their academic lives which affect their behavior views. Academic emotions relate directly to the motivation of students and learning strategies and achievements academically.…

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Endangered species of animals

An endangered species refers to a plant or animal that exists in very small numbers and is on the verge of becoming wiped out from existence. Across the world, there are many animals like the mammals, birds, reptiles among other species that are currently facing extinction. Virtually every country is raising alarm about certain endangered animal species and is putting some measures in to place to protect them. According to the World Conservation Union, (ICUN), there are well over 5000…

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The Art Of War By Sun Tzu

Many businesses struggled to gain competitive advantages over their competitors. Businesses that established formidable and competitive advantage succeeded. Competition basically revolved around advantage. The objective of information technology was competitiveness; offered a rich resource for the establishment, sustaining and creation of a competitive advantage for a business. Expense reduction, quick decision making and better productivity are some examples of the broader objective. All this could only be achieved through a strong information technology strategy.             Information technology strategies are detailed…

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Morning in Jenin

Mornings in Jenin Review

Morning in Jenin is a heart touching story narrative about the lives of Palestinians. It reveals much about family, love, loss of close to everything so dear to the people of Palestine, the native call to their motherland still vivid within their minds and calls to their heritage. For over three generations, they are subjected to suffering in terms of persecution, murder an torture at the hands of their neighbors Israelites. Forced to be refugees in their own motherland and…

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