Tag: ThisIsAfricaPositively

Right it-For Persons Living with Disabilities

Changing the direction of the wind can be a daunting task but there’s always an option to change the sail and point it to your own direction instead, right? Every time I walk in the buzzy streets of Nairobi, I’m reminded of the joys of life by the hundreds...

African Female Presidents who Kicked Butt to Sit at the Top.

If you have been blessed to be in the company of a wise woman, you’ll agree with me that it is as super fulfilling as the famous Kenyan masala chai or that strong addictive Ethiopian coffee. After all, Proverbs 8 did tell us that counsel, sound judgement and insight...

Leadership comes at a cost that I am always willing to pay. Adams Cassinga.

Adams Cassinga is one of those buoyant people with an eye for detail and very high standards. He is a YALI East Africa alumnus 2017, a Mandela Washington Fellowship fellow, 2017 and a Community Solutions program finalist. He is the founder and director for Conserv, a nature conservation aligned...

Dripping golden hands for the African story. Adrien Folly Nostron.

Pablo Picasso once said that Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.  When I first saw Adrien  Folly Nostron A.K.A, KanAd’s work, I was deeply mesmerized and thoroughly impressed so much so that my eyes almost gorged out. True story. He reminds me of great black...

African greatness, Count me in. Millicent Maina.

Millicent Maina, a fearless young African leader who is already influencing her community positively believes that her leadership is a calling and gift from God. The young lady, a firstborn of two girls was an executive board member at the World Youth Parliament Kenya in charge of health and...