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Gibson Kerosi graduates from UON with Bachelors’ of Education degree (photos)

6th September 2019

One of our sports content developers here on Kerosi Blog graduated today from the University of Nairobi (UON) with a Bachelor’s degree in Education (Kiswahili and Christian Religious Education- CRE). Gibson Kerosi a.k.a Odongo nicknamed after the popular former Minister and educationist William Odongo Omamo.  Gibson Kerosi is an active contributor on our blog and […]

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What is in Kenya national budget FY 2019/2020?

6th May 2019

What is in Kenya national budget FY 2019/2020? In this article, we focus on analyzing the implications of National budget for 2019/2020 and the tax implications of Kenyan budget. Every year the national Treasury is required to submit budget proposals to the National Assembly for consideration. The deadline for doing so is 30 April every […]

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KNUT vows to continue with the strike as schools reopens

29th December 2018

KNUT vows to continue with the strike as schools reopens Wilson Sossion, the Secretary General of Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has vowed to continue with the strike as reported earlier on. This cam after the union would not reach a deal with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). If a solution is not sought, […]

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Take Stern Action Against those who impregnate Underage Girls

12th November 2018

Take Stern Action Against those who impregnate underage girls This year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations have exposed how our society is rotten to the core. This was reflected through the number of primary and secondary school underage girls who gave birth during the exam period. […]

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Affordable housing is needed in rural areas too

21st October 2018

Read More: Women in development Affordable housing is needed in rural areas too Sharing is Caring:0

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Investment in children education

15th September 2018

Teodora Boneva argues that parents should invest in their children. While talking to Soumaya Keynes of The Economist, she gave reasons why parents should invest in their children.

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Is education a right or a privilege?

10th September 2018

Is education a right or a privilege? Jose Nino, a writer and human rights activist from Venezuela has written a great article on education on Mises Wire arguing on whether education is a right or a privilege. He concludes that that education is not a right. Let’s review his findings in this article. Here we […]

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ANALYSIS OF KWALE COUNTY BUDGET ESTIMATES FY 2018/2019

11th June 2018

This article is about Kwale County budget.

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Minimum legal employment age in Kenya

Minimum Legal Age for Employment in Kenya

17th April 2018

Minimum Legal Age for Employment in Kenya The employment act is clear on the minimum age that qualifies for employment. Read More: Jambo jet 72-Hour sale Sharing is Caring:0

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Tangaza University Advice on becoming Smarter in 2018

How to Be Smarter in 2018

4th January 2018

How to Be Smarter in 2018 I can relate well with the above infographic. It’s so true!   Sharing is Caring:0

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More Years in School

18th December 2017

More Years in School make One Better People in advanced countries are known to spend numerous decades of their life in school. There’s a very delicate balance between nurturing talent and nature. Lack of good education is a source of misery for many people around the world. For instance, most students around the world do […]

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The Case Against Education

BOOK: The Case Against Education

10th November 2017

BOOK: The Case Against Education Professor Bryan Douglas Caplan has announced that his new book will should be available in our bookshops. The book is titled: The Case Against Education: Why Education System is A Waste of Time and Money. This book took the good professor 10 years to complete. It is not just on […]

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Winners of Inter-Varsity Human Rights Debate 2017

JKUAT Won the Inter-Varsity Human Rights Debate

8th November 2017

JKUAT Won the Inter-Varsity Human Rights Debate I was impressed by the debaters from various universities. These kind of debates should be organized more often to improve the skills of our university students in making arguments and creative thinking. Sharing is Caring:0

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“AFTER GETTING PREGNANT YOU ARE DONE,” PRESIDENT JOHN POMBE MAGUFULI

25th June 2017

“AFTER GETTING PREGNANT YOU ARE DONE,” PRESIDENT JOHN POMBE MAGUFULI Tanzanians have raised their concerns about their president’s announcement that school girls who give birth should not be allowed back to school. The president said that during his speech in Chalinze. Tanzania has been providing free high school education after the enactment of a supporting […]

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Boeing Paid Internship: Kenyan University Students

5th June 2017

BOEING PAID INTERNSHIP FOR KENYAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS  Good news for Kenyan University students. Boeing Paid Internship applications are now open. The internship will last for 6 months. It will commence on January to July 2018. Deadline for Boeing Paid Internship applications is June 30, 2017. If you are studying a business-related course you are encouraged […]

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Malcom X and Self Education

14th May 2017

Malcom X on Self Education  Malcom X is an interesting person to study when it comes to self-education. He was not an academic scholar but he was a champion of self-education.  Malcom X was born in 1925 as Malcom Little in Omaha. His father was a Minister with the Baptist church and he was a […]

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How much is spent on education in selected countries

13th January 2017

EDUCATION EXPENDITURE  Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has published a report that shows the trend on how much is spent on education between countries. Generally, the spending on education has been on the increase in the most recent years. OECD approximates that it is now 12.9 percent of total expenditure. New Zealand spends 21.6 percent at […]

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5 Things you must drop to make a better resume in 2017

8th January 2017

Making a Better Resume in 2017 The new year gives you a chance to make better resume that grabs the attention of prospective employers. I know most people have new resolutions and one of them is looking for a new job in 2017. If this is one of your goals for the New Year, then […]

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Just like living in a Jungle!!!

1st January 2017

Here we have a problem. Our farm is in a place called Nora in Nguluku. Water has filled the dam and it is overflowing to our farms. Half of our farm is in water. There are many crocodiles on that dam. These crocodiles have finished our goats. Even our dogs are eaten by crocodiles. Monkeys […]

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2016 KCSE RESULTS summary

30th December 2016

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT 2016 KCSE RESULTS The 2016 KCSE results for the 577,253 candidates who sat for the exams were released today by CS Matiang’i who was accompanied by other educational officials. This took place at Shimo La Tewa High School in Mombasa. The examination was administered from 7th -30th of November. […]

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