Articles by Ebenezer Elisha


5 years ago

Love Deserves Respect

Love is the greatest gift given to humanity by God. That is a fact all human beings are quick to admit. Do you remember those books written for you and other children like you when you were young? Those books of rich royalties and wealthy people who wanted to find love either for themselves or their children? The Bible itself records the stories of Samson and Delilah, the only woman the strongest man in the Bible could not resist. Love is in fact as old as humanity itself.

This amazing gift has therefore been there from since humankind knew of its existence. So why is it that someti  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Threatened Wildlife in Kenya

Kenya is one of the biggest tourist destinations in East and Central Africa. Tourists are attracted to Kenya’s warm weather, escaping the chilling cold winters in the temperate countries. Wildlife also attracts tourists. Kenya is well known for its big five which include the leopard, rhino, buffalo, lion and the great elephant. It is very disturbing to realize that four of the ‘big five’ are facing the risk of extinction. Too many of them fall prey to poachers who put their selfish interests first at the expense of the whole tourism and hotel industry.

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5 years ago

Conserving The Mau Forest

Current statistics show that Kenya had only 1.7% forest cover by 2006. This is a disturbing scenario, bearing in mind the great role played by forests in sustaining the environment and existing ecosystems and the fact that Kenya had a 10% forest covey in 1963. The United Nations recommendation on forest cover for all nations is a 10% forest cover for every nation. Kenya will need about 7.6 billion shillings to achieve this cover by 2030. This will be through the purchase of more than 380 million trees.

When the word ‘forest’ is mentioned in Kenya, the first forest that r  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

CAREERS: CASH OR PASSION?

 Everyone hopes for a good job someday later in life, but what is a good job? The best job the one that pays better than the others or the one you enjoys doing? How important is it to choose a good job in Kenya? Those are the questions we will be looking at.

Kenya is a country of great educational competition. People become better and better at what they do as days goes by. If you are not good at what you do, the probability of you getting a good job are very slim but if you do, you will not keep it for long and if you do, which is very rare, you will not go up  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Out dated Practices In Kenya

Kenya is an inclusive and diverse nation. It is well known that there are 42 tribes in Kenya, all from different origins and different ancient traditions, beliefs and practices. Some activities that our ancestors practiced were simply barbaric, unfair and corrupt and should be stopped straight. Some were okay, and that science and I do not object, they can still be carried on. For example, there is no reason to stop Isukhuti dance an ancient Luhya dance or their bull fighting. Some practices however are simply out of time. Pay attention and let me take you through some of these.

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5 years ago

Most Influencial Journalists In Kenya

These are the journalists in Kenya who have braved the odds and nobody should be surprised when they achieve so much.

John Allan Namu

He won the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Award in 2009. He was recruited by KTN (Kenya Television Network) after his graduation from USIU (united States International University). He was most influential when it came to the highlighting of the 2007/2008 post-election violence in Kenya. He is a courageous journalist who has done amazing coverage that exposed corruption in high echelons of power, terrorism and also drug t  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

The Most Rich Musicians In Kenya

Most, if not all of Kenyan musicians have not declared their worth. The only way to find out how much they have is going through MCSK ( Music Copyright Societies of Kenya) archives. We can now comfortably list down the top 10 wealthiest musicians in Kenya.

 Jaguar

Jaguar is among the finest artists in Kenya. He has been in the Kenyan industry since its infancy. He is an entrepreneur with a taxi firm, security company, auto garage and real estate. Jaguar recently received the MCSK award where he bagged millions from the event, Air Jaguar is Jaguar’s plane, which   Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Merits Of The Kibaki Presidency

The immediate former President of the Republic of Kenya, Emilio Mwai Kibaki took over office from Daniel Torotich Arap Moi, ending his twenty four year rule in 2002. Soon after, Kenya was rated the most optimistic nation under the leadership of Kibaki. His leadership marked a new beginning to the Kenyan society and the joy upon his inauguration at Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi is indescribable. Sworn in as Commander in Chief after surviving a terrible accident, the 10 year presidency of Mwai Kibaki has set the bar high for the current president, Uhuru Kenyatta. The following are fields of his meri  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Causes Of Road Accidents In Kenya

Kenyan roads are notorious for road accidents. News on road accidents makes headlines for the newsrooms almost daily. Many Kenyans lose their lives, others suffer paralysis, others are amputated while the lucky ones have a painful memory to keep as long as they live. The government has tried, since time immemorial to reduce the bulk of Kenyan lives that expire on Kenyan roads; starting from the famous Michuki Rules to the night travelling ban for public service vehicles. Road accidents however remain untamed phenomena in Kenya, whose solution better be found sooner than later before it clai  Continue reading ...