MY INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE AT WILDFIRE FLOWERS

MY INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE AT WILDFIRE FLOWERS

INTO THE DEEP-END. READY, SET...SWIM! By Richard Ojunga If we were all born with fins like most water dwellers, then we’d probably have an easier time navigating through water. Unless there is a fish out there reading this, finding yourself alone in the middle of a...

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VOLUNTEERING – YAY OR NAY?

VOLUNTEERING – YAY OR NAY?

By Koech Irvine Kiplangat Greetings, Over the past couple of years, many young graduates in Kenya have left school and ended up “tarmacking” in a shrinking economy.  The Covid 19 pandemic has exacerbated the unemployment situation, resulting in layoffs and the...

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THE SAFETY HELMET

THE SAFETY HELMET

By Peter Achieng With so many types of head protection, working out where to start can be overwhelming. A huge variety of choice currently exists when it comes to deciding which form of head protection employees and visitors should use in areas requiring a safety...

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BLISSFUL IGNORANCE

BLISSFUL IGNORANCE

By Sephan Ogola I find the phrase: “That is what we usually do, and it works” not only naïve but also dangerous. It exhibits primitive contentment, carelessness and perhaps even irresponsibility. Consequently, invention and innovation are inhibited and without growth...

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WE’RE ALL AFFECTED BY ENERGY

WE’RE ALL AFFECTED BY ENERGY

By Richard Ojunga “WASTING ELECTRICITY”? I remember when I was younger, I used to play a certain game. This was probably the hardest game I have ever had to play, and what made it harder was the fact that it was ‘prohibited’. Let’s call this game Faster than light....

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RECYCLING AND ENERGY

RECYCLING AND ENERGY

By Gloria Maruti As long as there is human activity going on in any part of the world, waste will be produced at one point or the other, and in various forms. Managing that waste however sometimes poses a problem, more so in third world countries. One common negative...

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