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The forgotten child of war

By Jael Ikinya   I had a name once, and I cherished it. Ayala, which means deer. In the embrace of my parents’ love, it was a name that danced on their lips like a prayer, a name that connected me to the innocence of childhood and the sacredness of our faith and moral commitment. […]
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Caged Free Bird

Free Caged bird How can a bird be free and yet caged one may wonder why can’t they chose to be free and break from “bondage”? Actually, on second thought it’s quite relatable just in different circumstances but the majorly when it comes to our inner thoughts and societal expectations. But today I’m not going […]
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Growing up as a Pastor’s Kid

By Shaddih Mururi Nyaga   My name is Shaddih Mururi Nyaga. I am a pastor’s kid. I have always been referred as the ‘pastor’s kid’ but today I introduce myself with this title. I know that the ‘pastor’s kid moniker is not really important but for now it is. So I have been a pastors’ […]
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