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At some point when I was in my twenties, I did very many jobs - at one time, I had five jobs: I was working in a small consulting firm business from 7am-4pm, a cyber cafe (they were necessary and mainstream those days) from 4.30pm to 7.30pm, I served cocktails in a hotel from 8pm to midnight...

When I was in my early 20s, I was very angry person. It didn't take much to get me to fly off the handle and over-react with wild gesticulations and loud admonitions. A small slight would cause me to shout at a hapless person and often reduce the most stoic person to tears. I was...

My friend, who writes the #PassionatelyKenyan blog is also an ex-youth like me - she is my age. She is a C-level executive for a large government organisation and I can tell you for sure, she has come a looong way. Here's her unedited story. I am at the junction. I am a youth who belongs to the...