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Caren Agunyo
An SRHR champion Youth Resource Person A Criminologist and; YALI RLC EA Alumnus Proudly Bipolarised
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Caren Agunyo Apr 21
I'm tempted to say stop violence against women. Then I recall that men too are beaten up, poured on water, torched, mutilated, butchered, poisoned to death. So, please, stop violence against another human being by not justifying any.
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Wellbeing For Women Apr 18
Despite the notable global strides made in realizing the rights of women and girls around the world, more than 130 million girls are out of school and twelve million are married before the age of 18.
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Sarah-Leigh Elago Apr 12
Is Afrika just a cemetery for Afrikan leaders? They shop overseas, they get treated overseas, their children school overseas, they are forever making trips overseas! Again, I ask, is Afrika a cemetery? If not, Why is it taking forever to develop this beautiful mother continent?
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YALI RLC EA Apr 10
How many countries does cover? Can you name them? Check if you are correct in the fact shared below.
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Wellbeing For Women Apr 9
Women should be paid for their work not punished for their gender. Do you agree?
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Wellbeing For Women Apr 7
Access to health care should be available for all! Universal health coverage means that all people and communities receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship.
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Rein Apr 6
If you want to know what is wrong with our country and the youth then read the tweets on this . They don’t prosecute issues like youth unemployment, collapsing healthcare, education, commodity prices, agriculture, Economy, food security and other important matters.
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Gad Maiga Apr 3
A qualified International Communicator with 3 yrs of technical, analytical experience from various International News Services. I know at , I'll create quality content for the Kenya Alumni Team.
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@aminaumuhoza Apr 4
There is the future but it is also a present and all of us we are allowed to say "I am accountable in taking actions" Deputy administrator
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Wellbeing For Women Apr 4
"In all policy battles around sexual and reproductive health and rights, the biggest losers are girls and young women between the ages of 10-24 years."
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Wellbeing For Women Apr 2
Today is World Autism Day! : Autism affects more than 70 million people worldwide - let’s create awareness and end the stigma
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
It is up to you to speak reason to the lost cause your all lives will be a struggle. The only way to get rid of weeds is to uproot them, not cutting off their fruits branches and leaves. If you don't deal with the roots, you risk having a bush.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
You will wish you had come together and lynched the politicians who have failed instead but dude, they'll be untouchable, unreachable and unsubdued. Right now, other African countries are contemplating revolutions to change the system, not to wipe out foreigners.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
You'll be dumbed and abused. You will wish that foreigner who had a small business and hired two S.Africans to help in shop attendance but they'll be no where to be seen the same we wish we retained the whites and pushed for policy change.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
In a nutshell, before you fear a foreigner, fear an African politician who believes in blame shifting and not doing what he is best expected to do. You are now tools and once you'all are of no use.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
In fact, it is easier to secure employment in a foreign investment than in most African governments. Good jobs and payments are awarded to cronies even if they are not qualified. Even those who struggled for independence have been left to die in abject poverty.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
They sabotaged the economy by creating monopolies for their cronies and families. Right now, Africans in these countries are crying foolery. Tarmacking and no market to sell their goods where no foreigner dominates.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
So, the politicians mobilised their people, shipped out any white skin but one the "foreigners who had dominated" left, the same politicians grabbed all the lands left and made Africans squatters.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
Unlike , most countries during independence were made to believe that the white people were the problem.
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Caren Agunyo Apr 1
And it's because the same politicians who have brought these frustrations are the same people shifting the blame to foreigners. But watch this pace, once you are done with foreigners, you'll cry fool of your own politicians.
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