Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • Reflections on the Verge of 27-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on November 25, 2016 by Maroncha Edward in Lifestyle.

    November is my birthday month, and also a time of introspection for me. This is the season where I take stock of my life. I will be turning 27 in a few days’ time. First, there is plenty of reason to be grateful.  Second, what next for the future? The first major challenge in my […]

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  • The Price of Leadership-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on November 18, 2016 by Maroncha Edward in Lifestyle.

    It is almost 1 pm. The person with the microphone is going on and on explaining why the policy should say “may” instead of “should”. I am getting bored. My friend Meja is seated next to me. He is also half listening. He keeps nudging me and asking “Is this policy even necessary? We should […]

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  • The Chatter of a Smitten Heart-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on November 11, 2016 by Maroncha Edward in Lifestyle.

    Recently, my friend and colleague Sue brought to my attention a Facebook post by a mutual acquaintance Roselyne. It was a quote attributed to former US President, the late Richard Nixon: “…. I don’t believe in letting your hair down, confiding this and that and the other thing—saying, ‘Gee, I couldn’t sleep’ … I believe […]

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  • The Halo of a Title-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on November 2, 2016 by Maroncha Edward in Lifestyle.

    (Hey peeps, this week Friday has come super early. The thing is, I am going out of town for a quick vacation, and won’t be back till Sunday. So let’s do this today. Call it Wednesday Treat). When I was born, Kenya had two presidents: the First President, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, and the President, Daniel […]

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