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Tribalism in Kenya

Tribalism in Kenya has been a major stumbling block to democracy as well as socio-economic development. It affects every sphere of development, from social economic, political to educational spheres. In political spheres, tribalism persists since it provides an avenue via which state goodies and favours trickle down from those in power to their tribesmen. Therefore, loyalty to tribe is given ever greater relevance than loyalty to the country.

Nannies and House Helps in Kenya

House Helps in Kenya: Due to the dearth of employment opportunities, the high birthrate, and the long hours often worked by those with jobs, it is usual for most urban Kenyans to have a maid, often a very young girl, sometimes a family member, who is brought into town from the rural areas. She will be responsible for running the home, cooking the supper, and caring for the children.

Child Abuse in Kenya

Child Abuse in Kenya: Kenya leads African governments in the protection of children against child abuse. The key components determining the Governments performance on protection of children include the ratification of international and regional legal instruments, laws that protect children against harm and exploitation and a juvenile justice system, national plan of action and coordinating organisation on children’s rights.

Childrens Act Kenya – Children Rights in Kenya

Childrens Act Kenya: An Act of Parliament to make provision for parental responsibility, fostering, adoption, custody, maintenance, guardianship, care and protection of children; to make provision for the administration of children’s institutions; to give effect to the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child and for connected purposes

Education in Kenya

Education in Kenya

Education system in Kenya is one of the leading in Africa. It has 26,667 primary schools, 6,971 secondary schools about 1500 colleges and over 40 universities and constituent colleges, with an enrolment of 12.6 million.

Nairobi Senator Mike SONKO’s PAYSLIP looks like this!

Nairobi Senator Mike SONKO’s PAYSLIP looks like this!

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