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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Jean Ayacko: Tapping Into Her Diaspora Experiences to Help Other Women

When Jean Ayacko left Kenya at the age of 18, she was positive that she wanted to begin her adult life in America. She...

Balancing Home, Work, and Fitness As a Single Mom in Diaspora to Twin Daughters

By Mukurima Muriuki When Milly emigrated to the United States of America in 2004, she did not assume that life would be a bed of...

Dr. Aquillahs Muteti: The Tailor From Makueni Working to Mend Torn Fabric of Kenyans...

Dr. Aquillahs Muteti arrived in Atlanta, Georgia from Kenya in 1999 to attend a computer conference. After seeing the plethora of opportunities available to...

“I Believe in the American Dream.” Hesbon Isaboke’s Journey From Nyanchonori, Kenya to Rutgers...

Hesbon Moindi Isaboke was only 11 years old when his family moved to the United States of America. His father, then a teacher based...

Charles Kitale: “With a Master’s Degree from Netherlands, I sell Ice-Cream and Paint Houses...

If there is one thing Charles Kitale regrets, it is returning home from Netherlands after getting his master’s degree.  He got a scholarship to...

Mary Kimari: My Special Needs Son Continues to Be a Blessing and an Inspiration

Mary Kimari noticed something was not right with her first born son Cameron when he was about eight months old. His development was slower...

Milly Nduta: My Life Experiences Have Made Me a Stronger Woman

Milly Nduta grew up in Nairobi. She reckons that her childhood was fun, but this in no way prepared her for the experiences she...

My Journey From Kenya to America And Graduating With MA in Nuclear Medicine

By Mukurima Muriuki If you told John Gitau that his journey from Kenya to the United States would at one stage be marked with a...

Rhoda Ojwang: My Journey from Nyeri to Dreaming Big in America

By African Warrior Magazine The scent of coffee lingered heavily in the air, and I felt for a moment as though I was with her,...

Christine Wawira: People see the glamour, they do not know what I have gone...

Christine Wawira has lost count of the number of celebrities she has met and hanged out with. From Angelina Jolie, Oprah, Brad Pitt, Viola...