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Government regulations that has made buildings go down into ashes and has left many in tears [demoli

The recent trending news in Kenya that has shocked many people is the massive destruction of property along rivers and roads.The government claims that the construction of buildings along main roads causes road accidents due to blockage of important road signs.Various supermarkets,malls,some petrol stations have so far been demolished.Citizens are affected by this sudden decision for many business premises including the famous West gate mall was demolished to pave way for construction of modern highways.To add onto this, our great school near Kibagare residents will have to face the same fate.Residents are migrating to find areas of their comfort.By the end of October, all this demolition ac

Water for us

Water is one of the biggest problem we are facing as a community ...And guess what our dearest salesforce came out to help us to overcome the lack of water by drilling for us a water borehole which supply water to the whole school and we are so greatfull..This work was comprise by group 5 members. since last term there was shortage of water supply , but in our suprise when we came back from the august holiday the borehole was in process of construction .most of us did not have an experience of how long it would take to suppy water since most of us didnot know how long it would take to suppy water .we were dumpfounded to see the water been supplied in school after two days .ONLY to fin

A Gallant Soldier

It is sad to announce the fall of a legend in times like this. George Gichuki met his maker on 22nd of this month. He was a light to many and his impacts had roots in the hearts of many. Those special memories of him will always bring a smile. The fact that he is no longer here will always cause us pain. You are forever in our heart until we meet again. We drew a lot from your wisdom and wealth of experience. It pains us to let go but we are comfortable by faith that you have just gone ahead of us. To the most beautiful place. Our headteacher - Primary section as we remember him; - a good friend to all - kind and courteous - a perfectionist - a gentleman His impeccable dress-code His assiduo

Happiness lies in gratitude.

The experience of a 15 years old boy takiing part of a volunteering trip at St. Martins School in Kibagare. Kenya

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