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Isn’t it an overjoyed opportunity to experience a strong and overwhelming affection from those who matter around you? How do you feel when that affection is engulfed within you and without you? Do you also return back the same experience to others? True Love is a mutual affectionate feeling and experience shared, within and without, persons of common purpose or intent. I personally enjoy affection that is based on a foundation of True Love.
True Love is a joy of a community
True Love brings around sad and withdrawn souls and faces into a boomerang of joy and happiness. True Love is a synonym of external and internal peace. True Love breaks all barriers of social, cultural and economic boundaries.
The free fall of the shilling against the dollar has drastically affected the lives of ordinary Kenyans, and has greatly challenged the viability of healthy opportunities of Business in Kenya. The shilling tumbled to a low of 95.10 against the dollar last month.
The Government must do something and it must act pretty fast, to save many affected Kenyans who are depending on the strength of the dollar as a daily sacrilege. The Kenyan shilling is said to be amongst the worst performing currency, after neighboring Uganda’s shilling, the Maldives rufiyaa and the Suriname dollar. What is happening in this wonderful country!!!!, if its not post election violence, it is famine, or a fire tragedy, a misbehaving shilling, road carnage, lethal brews, God in heaven what next!?
Human Rights in Kenya went a notch higher after the recently promulgated constitution prescribed a vetting system that saw top Judiciary officials subjected to public vetting. It has baffled both reformers and anti-reformers in equal measures. It was a spectacular process to watch.
‘’It’s indeed a new dawn, an eye opener for many more exciting things to come,” says Stanley Wangare an LGBT rights activist. It is an achievement for Human Rights in Kenya.
“We can demand and get our rightful dues. We can talk about and debate on things that were considered despicable. Human Rights in Kenya must gain momentum and that’s the way we are heading,” he says.