Friday 24th October, Uhuru Kenyatta graced the 25th anniversary celebrations of KEMRI research program in Kilifi. The ‘not so normal’ people were well charmed.
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In my tradition, the first girl is named after their father’s mum. I was named after my grandmother (cũcũ).
Cũcũ was among the few elderly people left
Watching David Toole dance on his hands at the opening ceremony of the paralympic games was a challenge for able-bodied people to transform misconceptions about disabled persons.
Kilifi county would be described as peaceful. You will not feel threatened walking its streets at night. I marvel that in some hotels, tourists are scared of leaving the confines of the stone-walls. A pity really. The villages are equally peaceful, except for those who are old. The killing of elderly people suspected of practising witchcraft in rural Kilifi is worrying….. hope this newspaper cutting is legible….