Author: David Kedode

Social Media Detoxification

Social media can be a tricky thing. It’s like a candy store with lots of sweet treats, but sometimes those treats can make us feel bad after eating too many.

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Digital IDs Are More Dangerous

I am nevertheless convinced that digital ID poses one of the gravest risks to human rights of any technology that we have encountered.

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Microsoft FREE Certification Courses

Microsoft is Offering FREE Certification Courses! No Fee, No Subscription, No Registration Required, Just Start Learning.

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Congo’s Cry: Only Africa Will Save Herself

As Africans, we must stand united against external interference and reclaim control of our destiny. The continent’s resources belong to its people

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Congo’s Silent Suffering: A Call to Action

In the heart of Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is grappling with a devastating conflict that has left its people in the grip of fear

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The Job Interview Mind Games

In a world reliant on algorithms and automated processes, the plea arises – bring back the human face in recruitment. Beyond the algorithms lies the candidate

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Embracing Hope in the Midst of Life’s Storms

Life is an unpredictable journey filled with both joyous moments and challenging trials. There are times when the weight of the world seems too much to bear

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Preparedness in Uncertain Times

Reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic, which reshaped our lives globally, it becomes evident that being prepared for major disruptions is a matter of necessity.

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The Unspoken Importance of Mothers

The emptiness felt after a mother is gone is irreplaceable. It’s a stark reminder of the void that exists when that unconditional love is no longer present.

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Preparing for Unprecedented Rains in Kenya

While we prepare for the abundance of rain in the coming months, it’s crucial to keep an eye on the long-term forecast. Be aware that a looming drought

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