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Writer Nicole Wafula PDF Print E-mail
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Nicole writingNicole Wafula
is a jolly and talented class eight pupil at Nairobi Primary School. For the last two years, she has been writing uplifting stories for publications such as The Young Nation. She ‘feels blessed’ to call herself a young published writer and is currently working on her first novel.

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MOSES MURUNGI; A zeal to excel PDF Print E-mail
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Moses first wheelchairMoses Murungi is a fourteen-year old in Senior Two at St. Augustine’s College. Born without limbs, his parents Kato and Kevina did not know how to handle the situation. The family became the talk of the village, with everyone coming up with different kind of stories, some even betting on curse myths and witchcraft. His parents worried about how he would survive in this world, how he was going to fit in the society and acquire a good education, considering that theirs was also a poor family.

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Comedian Anne Kansiime PDF Print E-mail
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Anne KansiimeAfrica's queen of Comedy’, Kansiime Anne is a Ugandan comedian most famous for her show 'Don't mess with Kansiime'. Kansiime has been in the industry for close to ten years, beating many odds to make it in the male-dominated world of comedy. Some fans fondly refer to her as 'Ninja', others as 'Uganda's greatest entertainment export'. Kansiime has proven that through talent and hard work, even a girl from the rural area can make it big in the urban world

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Chela; the girl in pink boots leading a revolutionary campaign PDF Print E-mail
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ChelaTabitha Chelangat Bushendch (Chela) is the ten year old ‘girl in pink boots’ spearheading the ‘Yetu Start-a-Library Campaign’. The initiatives’ aim is to instill a reading culture among school children by raising money (30 Million) to start 100 libraries in public schools across Kenya. The sub-campaign, known as ‘Story for Chela’, additionally seeks to collect stories that will become a historical book collectively written by a nation. James Momanyi spoke to the Class Four pupil at Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya.

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