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The journey of life is an anthology of shifting's that occur in the life of a person, from birth to death. This great read primarily delineates the insubstantial cord between fantasies and actualities of life. What's that idea that seems skeptical of bringing it into a reality? What's that quell that is deterring you from archiving your life intends? What's that scary of her/him that is drawing you back? The book compartmentalizes all the retorts to these mind queries as justifications that we bring in to fit our curiosities. This is why there is a very big dissimilarity between the people who have the heart to do something and the ones who have the might for it as denoted by CJ_ATEMO. That the ones with the heart to do something will always find the might for it. A perfect criterion is in a life pursuits scenario. In the book (THE POWER OF PASSION AND PERSEVERANCE by ANGELA DUCKWORTH. She quotes "Whatever accomplishment depends more on our passion and perseverance than on our innate talent. This explains that one does not have to possess the natural ability for them to archive something... There is nothing in the world that is impossible to achieve only if you dedicate all your energy and your mind to it.

Political Marketing Strategies :Globa...

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The book offers refreshing and unique insight into multidisciplinary subject of political marketing. It explores political persuasion and strategies in the era of disruptive technology including social media and Artificial intelligence. It is valuable for Researchers ,marketing strategists, communication specialists, elected leaders, political candidates, and political science undergraduate and post graduate students in Universities.

Seeing Our Sisters: Anthology by Muni...

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This collection of ten stories, written by a collective of women whose experiences transcend many borders—international, demographic, and the ones

Life’s Balances by Nicholas Wat...

  1. Emerging from a disastrous setback that threatens to consign him to physical immobility, the writer narrates how he turned a misfortune in his life to the achievement of a long held desire. This new state of confinement gives birth to musings from which spring a literary work that is truly pleasant to imbibe. The writer tells his own story laced with fictional imagery that is uniquely different from the traditional autobiographical writing. Take a journey with Nicholas Watila as he goes down memory lane, bringing into life excerpts of a past with a candour that is both introspective and comedic. In the end, you, the reader are left pondering on whether the writer penned the story of his own life, or picked snippets from your own.

The African in Me by Martin Chiro

This book gives a new approach to African history or famously black history that you will find interesting to read. Throughout the years, the world has known of a poor and unpeaceful Africa but that is just but a fraction of Africa you need to know. Yes, Africa has been impoverished for years through colonialism and slavery but it has proven to be a strong continent. Its people have proven their wisdom, intelligence and resilience in the world. I believe the history of Africa is either hidden, erased, misinterpreted, or whitewashed. This has kept the people of Africa in the dark for a long time. It is what has prevented an awakening; for if someone knows of how great he can be then you cannot keep them under servitude. This book talks of a land that was inhabited by royal and intelligent people. People that gave birth to the world’s greatest civilizations. These are stories that most Africans do not know about, it is because they have never been told to them.

HUNGER by Wanja Kavengi

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Debut novel by Kenyan writer, Wanja Kavengi, which intimately and humorously captures the experience of lack and influences of society.

Afrorenaissance Vol. 1 by Sogallo The...

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A book penned by Artists Sogallo and Native Nairobi, Afrorenaissance Vol. 1 delves into the philosophy of changing the African narrative through art, and delves into the African perspective on History, Afrofuturism, Metaphysics and Self awareness.

Tales From The Streets

"In 'Tales from the Streets: Kenya's Gangster Paradise,' the vibrant pulse of Nairobi's underworld beats beneath the surface of every page, immersing readers in a world where danger and desperation coalesce. Through the voices of its protagonists—Frank Zaga, alias 'The Bosman,' Tasha, the 'Gangster girl,' and Nipsey “The sniper” and Sargent David, alias Davy—we are beckoned into the heart of the city's shadows, where alliances are forged and broken, and the pursuit of survival reigns supreme. As we follow Zaga, Tasha, Sargent David, and a host of other compelling characters through the labyrinthine streets of Nairobi, we are confronted with the harsh realities of life on the fringes of society. From daring heists to tender moments of camaraderie, each story offers a poignant reflection on the universal truths of human existence.

The University Drop-In: The Life of C...

“It has been a pleasure and great joy reading this autobiography. I often laughed and cried. I heard CJ speaking!”

Teachers, Unions and Labour Relations...

The book contains a history of education in Kenya, history of the teaching profession, trade unions and teachers' unions, as well as the story of KUPPET from its formation to date. The book is essential reading for students and practitioners of education, history, trade unionism, labour relations, human resources, politics, communication and media studies.

MALIKI by Rutere Shenver

  • Maliki ni drama iliyojaa makeke yanayosababishwa na pupa ya viongozi ya kutwaa hatamu za ufalme wa Makokoo. Kwa upande wa pili kunao wahusika wanaopinga juhudi hizi ili ufalme huu usiangukie mikononi isiyostahili. Mvutano huu unasababisha uhasama na vifo vingi.


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The lives of African migrant workers in Europe are a multifaceted narrative marked by challenges, resilience, and aspiration. Departing from their homelands in search of better economic prospects and opportunities, these individuals embark on journeys fraught with uncertainties and hardships. Upon arrival, they often encounter a complex web of legal, social, and economic barriers that shape their experiences in their host countries. For many African migrants, the pursuit of employment is paramount. However, they frequently encounter obstacles in accessing the labor market due to language barriers, lack of recognition for foreign qualifications, and discriminatory hiring practices. Consequently, a significant portion of African migrants find themselves relegated to low-wage, precarious jobs in sectors such as agriculture, construction, hospitality, and domestic work. Moreover, the issue of legal status looms large over the lives of African migrants. Many grapple with the complexities of immigration laws, facing the constant threat of deportation or detention. Those residing in Europe without legal documentation often live in the shadows, vulnerable to exploitation, abuse, and marginalization. Social integration presents another formidable challenge. African migrants often confront xenophobia, racism, and cultural alienation in their host communities. These social barriers hinder their ability to establish meaningful connections, access services, and participate fully in civic life. Additionally, maintaining ties with their home countries and navigating the complexities of transnational identities further shape their sense of belonging and cultural identity. Despite these adversities, African migrant communities demonstrate remarkable resilience and resourcefulness. They forge networks of support within their own communities and engage in grassroots organizing to advocate for their rights and interests. Cultural associations, religious institutions, and migrant-led organizations play crucial roles in providing social solidarity, legal aid, and educational resources. Amidst the challenges, African migrant workers in Europe also embody hope and aspiration. Many strive to build better futures for themselves and their families, sending remittances back home and investing in education and entrepreneurship. Their experiences underscore the interconnectedness of global migration, labor markets, and social justice, highlighting the need for inclusive policies and collective action to address the structural inequalities that shape their lives.

Love Does Not Win Elections

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Ayisha Osori, writer, lawyer, and advocate for social justice, ran for the People’s Democratic Party’s ticket to the House of Representatives in 2015. and lost. This is her story. Love Does Not Win Elections is a pitch perfect account of our primary process in Nigeria. Jacqueline Farris, DG, Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Foundation Ayisha’s gripping account reminds us of depth of the work required to fix the Nigerian question at both ends of the spectrum – leadership and followership. Seun Onigbinde, Founder, BudgIT Ms. Osori charts her attempt to secure a People’s Democratic Party’s ticket to the Federal House of Representatives in a way that makes plain why Nigerian politics is not working for Nigerians …This book is a baton. Those who are contemplating politics in Nigeria would do well to pick it up. Feyi Fawehinmi Compelling book for those who seek to understand the powers of political wheelerdealers. Olusegun Adeniyi, author, Against the Run of Play

Everything Has Wings by J.O Bernard

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‘Everything Has Wings’, is a refreshing collection of poems by J.O. Bernard that dances gracefully through the highs and lows of life. With a blend of wit, and deep introspection, Bernard explores themes of love, religion, and death, creating a tapestry of words that is both poignant and entertaining. Each poem is a little adventure, inviting readers to see the world through Bernard’s inquisitive eyes. His unique perspective transforms everyday experiences into extraordinary moments, making this anthology a delightful companion for those seeking a meaningful conversation and contemplation.

A Reflection on our Cultures by Nicho...

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A Reflection on Our Cultures is a collection of 32 folktales from 12 communities in Kenya. The book aims to help the reader appreciate the beauty, richness and diversity of our African cultures.

The Helper’s Son by Ayodeji Olaifa

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"The Helper's Son" is a powerful and evocative tale set against the backdrop of apartheid-era South Africa. Follow the journey of Jongikhaya, a child born black but raised white by his mother's employers. As he grapples with shifting identities, the story delves into the complexities of race, class, and personal belonging. Jongikhaya's experiences reveal the profound impact of social hierarchy and inherited privilege on individuals and families. This poignant narrative highlights the struggle of navigating two worlds and the internal conflict that arises from cultural dissonance. Jongikhaya's search for self-discovery amidst tragedy and loss paints a vivid portrait of the human spirit's resilience. With themes of identity, grief, and reconciliation, "The Helper's Son" is a moving exploration of the search for belonging and the enduring ties that bind us to our roots.

Unjani Mfwethu ? The story of a migra...

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Unjani Mfwethu? The Story of a migrant in South Africa is a book about the lived experiences of a migrant and indeed all migrants around the world. It tells the story of one individual, as he navigates the issues of racism, xenophobia, friendship, travails and triumphs. It is a story that shines light on our humanity as a people.

Nuns at the Gate by Ayodeji Olaifa

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In the gritty depths of Europe's sex underworld, Haida, a young peasant girl from rural Nigeria, is thrust into the heart of a harrowing battle for survival. Her dreams of becoming a teacher are shattered as she becomes ensnared in the treacherous web of sex trafficking and financial crime. As Haida fights to navigate the dangerous labyrinth of exploitation and deceit, she must find the strength and resilience to break free from the chains that bind her. With a haunting price tag tattooed onto her neck, she confronts the daunting challenge of reclaiming her freedom and reclaiming her life. But in a world where peril lurks around every corner and trust is a rare commodity, Haida must rely on her wits and determination to unravel the web of men’s unlimited desire for sex that ensnares her. As she seeks allies in unexpected places and confronts the shadowy forces that seek to dehumanise her, Haida embarks on a gripping journey of empowerment and redemption. In this searing tale of resilience and tenacity, Haida's courage shines as a beacon of hope in the face of unfathomable darkness. "Nuns at the Gate" is a pulse-pounding thriller that explores the indomitable human spirit and the ferocious will to overcome impossible odds.

The Extinction of Menai: A Novel (Mod...

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In the early 1980s, a pharmaceutical company administers an unethical drug trial to residents of the Niger Delta village of Kreektown. When children die as a result of the trial, the dominoes of language extinction and cultural collapse begin to topple. Decades later the end looms for the Menai people. Continents-apart twin brothers separated at birth, an excommunicated daughter living an urbane life with her doctor husband, and an infamous vigilante are among the indelible characters whose lives are shaped by this collective tragedy. Not least of these is the spiritual leader Mata Nimito, who retraces his people’s ancient migration on his quest to preserve the soul of the Menai and resolve the consequences of a centuries-old betrayal. In The Extinction of Menai, Chuma Nwokolo moves across time and continents to deliver a story that speaks to urgent contemporary concerns. He confronts power relations between large corporations and small communities, corporate lobbies and governments, and big pharma and consumers, all expressed through the competing narratives that record the life and death of a civilization.In a novel of stunning scope, Chuma Nwokolo moves across time and place to deliver a story that speaks to urgent contemporary concerns. His characters’ indelible voices offer perspectives that are simultaneously global, political, and intimately human.

THE TURN AROUND by Sebastian Karani

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The Turn Around delves into the critical examination of influential youths' missteps and the profound impact on society. Discovers insightful strategies to rectify these errors, paving the way for a brighter future for both current and forthcoming generations. It is a thought-provoking book that delves into the consequences of influential youths' missteps on future generations. In the first and second chapters, the narrative seems to vividly depict how the future is shaped by the actions of the present. This exploration of cause and effect, especially regarding the impact of youth decisions, promises to offer valuable insights into societal dynamics and intergenerational relationships.