About Kennedy Buhere

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How my illiterate grandma taught me letter-writing

I credit my illiterate grandmother, the late Lucia Amayoka, and her last born son Nicholas Buhere for my education in […]

It is useless to cheat in the examinations these days

Last week, the principal of Sori Secondary School in Migori, Wycliffe Manoa, said his purpose as a teacher and as […]

Tribute to Nyachae who made me appreciate public service

I have three memories about Simeon Nyachae—who died last week—that remain embedded in my mind. The first was in 1986, […]

When right words matter in dealing hope, purpose

“It has not been for nothing that the word has remained man’s principal toy and tool: without the meanings and […]

National heritage vital in forming country’s identity

Report of the Steering Committee on the Implementation of the Building Bridges Initiative recommends that government provide a policy to […]

Learning should not be constrained to the classroom

One of the most outstanding effects of the outbreak of Covid-19 has been the suspension of formal delivery of education […]

Home offers conducive environment for learning

One of the things Covid-19 has served to remind everyone is the educational function of a home. That education is […]

World banking on medical heroes to contain virus

The coronavirus outbreak has stirred my memories of the heroes of modern medicine that we learned about in our primary […]