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18th March 2017

African skills gap: Why e-learning can close it!

Not a fun fact: There are 128 million school-aged children in sub-Sahara Africa; of these, 17 million children will never see a school. Here’s another: 37 million African children do […]
14th March 2017


Today I want to delve into purpose and commitment. The two go hand in hand when it comes to defining leadership. One of the most interesting and thought provoking revelations […]
10th March 2017


More thoughts on Leadership with Andrew Amadi. Today, guest contributor Andrew steers the conversation to matters integrity. The word integrity is very closely connected with leadership. It has two meanings. […]
9th March 2017


This month of March 2017, I am glad to be joined by my friend and Energy expert Andrew Amadi in a month dubbed ‘Úongozi Hodari na Akiba Haiozi’ March 2017 […]
19th February 2017

Leah Kiguatha Muteru On GUARDIANSHIP and FOSTER CARE

Guardianship is a court process by which the court gives you parental rights over a child who is not your biological child but unlike adoption, it is not permanent and […]
18th February 2017


This week my beloved blog ‘Wacha niKwambie’ focused on a topic dubbed Baby!Baby!Baby! – Focus on adoption, guardianship and foster care laws in Kenya facilitated by advocate Leah Kiguatha Muteru. […]
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28th November 2015

Kwambie and Mwanamke Mwema of Hodari Interiors: Bedroom decor

It has been a roller coaster of a week both in my personal life and also my country’s life, but there is hope at the end of the tunnel, hopes […]
16th November 2015

‘To rent, to lease, to buy or construct a home.’ – choosing my digz

The  choice of whether to buy, construct, lease or rent a home depends  on several factors. The key ones include; ones financial position, the emotional connection one wishes to have […]
7th November 2015

‘A house is not a home’: Kwambie and The Wapenzis.

Dear Readers of ‘Wacha niKwambie Uzima’  I was  recently humbled to have a cup of coffee with The Wapenzis. Remember them? They shared with us a while back on the […]
31st October 2015

“I can see the finish line – running the entrepreneurs race” – Random thoughts on the financing life cycle of a business

Just like a human being, so does a business have its financing lifecycle. At the start up phase, many a businessman or woman for that matter must dig deeply into […]
27th October 2015

‘Second time round’..three key lessons from a half marathoner.

The first time is always the hardest. A marathon  gets progressively easier the second time round and I imagine, many times later because one knows  the course well. Putting aside […]
24th October 2015

‘ I need you to cheer me on to complete the entrepreneurship race’: Focus on stakeholders to a business.

I am running the entrepreneurship race, I need you to cheer me on to finish the race. I will keep my end of the bargain dear employee and create an […]
16th October 2015

‘On my marks, get ready, set go’……. the race to start a business

I am revving, ready to start the race to begin my own business. I know I have the personal experience, talents, skill and knowledge to turn my dream into a […]
9th October 2015

Running My Own Gig – Do I have what it takes?

Do I have a firm belief in what I plan to offer the market? Yes. Do I dust myself and learn from my mistakes? Yes. Do I have a drive […]