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REKINDLE, RESOLVE,REVOLVE & YOU SHALL RECOVER.

In this century we've been charged and I will agree that guilty we are for being a pessimistic lot.Optimism has vanished away from our hearts and mindset. Just as Ken Burns alludes,we are not perfectible's but we are rather improvables. To recover from this pessimism ailment, we need to rediscover ourselves and our different potentials,we need to learn,yearn,and burn with zeal into achieving our sole purpose(s) for existence,that we may handle with due diligence the various barriers that deter…See More
Dec 22, 2017
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REKINDLE, RESOLVE,REVOLVE & YOU SHALL RECOVER.

In this century we've been charged and I will agree that guilty we are for being a pessimistic lot.Optimism has vanished away from our hearts and mindset. Just as Ken Burns alludes,we are not perfectible's but we are rather improvables. To recover from this pessimism ailment, we need to rediscover ourselves and our different potentials,we need to learn,yearn,and burn with zeal into achieving our sole purpose(s) for existence,that we may handle with due diligence the various barriers that deter…See More
Dec 22, 2017
kiheo kimani posted a blog post

CORRUPTION PANDEMIC IN KENYA.

As i pondered about this it  struck me if my creator graciously gave me the gift to connect you with the minds and hearts of great men ,I would want to use the same gift to reconnect you with your own sense of Liberty,your own compass for what is right.What is Corruption?This is a complex and multifaceted problem which requires a comprehensive approach that cuts across all disciplines .It is a dishonest act and fraudulent conduct committed/executed against positive morals and against the…See More
Sep 12, 2017
kiheo kimani's blog post was featured

CORRUPTION PANDEMIC IN KENYA.

As i pondered about this it  struck me if my creator graciously gave me the gift to connect you with the minds and hearts of great men ,I would want to use the same gift to reconnect you with your own sense of Liberty,your own compass for what is right.What is Corruption?This is a complex and multifaceted problem which requires a comprehensive approach that cuts across all disciplines .It is a dishonest act and fraudulent conduct committed/executed against positive morals and against the…See More
Sep 12, 2017
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Sep 11, 2017

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Accountant
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Aid, Culture, Development, Education, Ethics, Gender, Governance, Sustainability, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I'm a young enthusiastic gentleman pursuing accounts,who strives to achieve the best out of opportunity and eager to embrace challenges and diversity
Very passionate to inculcate virtues amongst the youths in our current dynamic world through mentor-ship forums and programs.
I trust and hope to achieve the best in terms of career growth and i'm zealous to interact and learn more from the program by being mentored in my area of passion-handling the youth and equip them positively.

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REKINDLE, RESOLVE,REVOLVE & YOU SHALL RECOVER.

Posted on December 22, 2017 at 2:39pm 0 Comments

In this century we've been charged and I will agree that guilty we are for being a pessimistic lot.Optimism has vanished away from our hearts and mindset. Just as Ken Burns alludes,we are not perfectible's but we are rather improvables. To recover from this pessimism ailment, we need to rediscover ourselves and our different potentials,we need to learn,yearn,and burn with zeal into achieving our sole purpose(s) for existence,that we may handle with due diligence the various barriers that…

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CORRUPTION PANDEMIC IN KENYA.

Posted on September 12, 2017 at 12:09pm 0 Comments

As i pondered about this it  struck me if my creator graciously gave me the gift to connect you with the minds and hearts of great men ,I would want to use the same gift to reconnect you with your own sense of Liberty,your own compass for what is right.

What is Corruption?This is a complex and multifaceted problem which requires a comprehensive approach that cuts across all disciplines .It is a dishonest act and fraudulent conduct committed/executed against positive morals and against…

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