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Choose Between Occults & God – Kenya Told

YES TO RESPONSIBLE FREEDOM OF WORSHIP AND NO TO UNREGULATED RELIGIONS There are persons like any one of us that do not believe in any knowledge about natural law and about anything. Such persons only believe in their existence and nothing beyond that. They are called soliptists. They are solitary …

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Psychotherapy and legal medicine

GAP-FILLER / HOSPITALS ARE NOT THE ONLY SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEMS I remember reading in one book some decades ago which explained that some 82% of persons admitted in hospitals in the America did not need medicine but someone to talk to. I also agree that some diseases need more …

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Questioning the scientificity of court rulings

LAW, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FIND COMMON TERRAIN Have you heard of forensic psychology, what is involved in the field and the role of the field? Have you heard about legal psychology and the role of psychology in the court? Have you ever heard of psychpaths, psychotics, psychos, and mental cases? …

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Educating the Future is Now!

TIME HAS COME FOR US TO EDUCATE SOCIETY ON THE CORRECT USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS Social networks are not bad tools to use. They have become means of reaching out to millions of readers and commentators. The world has finally become a small village where people can chat, react, comment …

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What are fugacious minerals?

Once upon a time a researcher in the sector of oil and gas said that Africa south of the Sahara is floating on oil & gas or the so called fugacious minerals. He was very right. Now that Kenya, and Uganda are discovering that they have the solution to their …

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Be on top of the idea and not below it

In my previous blogs I have discussed so much about ethics and morals in our society. This time round I would like to open a dialogue on why some people have refused to be on top of the idea? It is critically sad that some African scholars have become sychophants …

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Should LGBT become law in Africa?

Forgive me for asking tough questions. Gayism, Lesbianism, Bisexuals, & Transexuals (GLBT) has just been upgraded to constitutional rights by the US Supreme Court, and whichever institution objects to it, can be prosecuted at the law courts. The blog is not interested in condemning the law or the practice on …

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Facebook and its inventor – what next?

Read more about the wonders of the world Mark Elliot Zuckerberg (born May 14, 1984) is an American computer programmer and Internet entrepreneur. He was born 3 decades after me but now he is 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 decades above me by wide margins. Back to our …

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The Director of Public Prosecutions

SAINTS ARE NOT MADE, THEY ARE BORN “I have the final word on corruption files forwarded to my office by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).” Read more at: http://www.a.standardmedia.co.ke/ In Kenya, only few lawyers climb to the ladder of prominence due to lack of ethics and integrity. However, Mr. …

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