It is a moment of sadness as the world loses Prof. Wangari Maathai. Prof. Wangari Maathai is a National icon, an environmentalist and Africa’s first female Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. In death as in life, she will still be honored as a simple lady who eschewed political maiming and hypocrisy and chose the path of caring for mother universe.
An IT training company may seem expensive to set up. However, there are simple ways of setting a training company at a low cost. For one to set up an IT training company he or she should have a little proficiency.
Over and over again, I have keenly tried not to underestimate the inkling that secretly transforms a Blog into a killer instinct in the money making process. It has hardly dawned on me that both the simplicity and complexity of the processes, is a blend that exceedingly excites the blogger who has gained some knowledge of what it means, and what it takes to establish a Blog that will turn around his fortunes.
“We are true and original Anglicans’’ This is a common statement that we hear most of our traditional and religious members of the Anglican Communion in Kenya claim with pride. ‘You cannot take it away from us,’ they chide. Anglican Communion in Kenya falls under the world wide Anglican Communion. This is the story we bring you as a week opener.
Archbishop Dr Eliud Wabukala is the current de facto head of the Anglican Communion in Kenya. He is also the diocesan Bishop of All Saints Diocese in Nairobi. The Anglican Communion in Kenya boosts of several dioceses in its Provinces.
Dr Wabukala is also the chairman of GAFCON, an African Anglican Communion initiative of African Primates that was formed during the protest of the controversial acceptance of ordinations of gay clergy and Bishops into the Anglican Communion. This almost developed into a major split in the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop Dr Rowan Williams is the purported world wide leader of the Anglican Communion, though in a ceremonial capacity. ‘We share together the apostolic faith within the body of Christ; witnessing the Good News of Salvation.’ How many of you share the Anglican Communion in Kenya?