MY YEEP INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE AT CARGILL LIMITED

MY YEEP INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE AT CARGILL LIMITED

By Gideon Omangi On 3rd May, the ship left the yard, to test the wild waters, to prove itself and the workmanship of its builders. I can also say troops were sent into war, each to his front in the battle. Better still, the treasure hunt began; trained and skilled,...
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...
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...
TIME TO EMBRACE USE OF BIOFUELS

TIME TO EMBRACE USE OF BIOFUELS

By Nelson Simanto Kenya has seen a drastic change in fuel prices in the past two years due to an increase taxes and fuel levies. This has led to an increase in price of petroleum products as seen in the prices of kerosene which is retailing 100 Kenyan shillings in...