Maize Flour Kenya Food

Poverty in Kenya: Is the Government Involved in a Food Scam?

One of Kenya’s big problems since attaining independence has been poverty. To alleviate poverty, production of enough food for the population was the way to go. Well, 54 years later, the Kenyan president has stated that alleviating poverty is one of his key agendas in his second term in office. For how long will poverty remain a key point in Kenya and the whole of Africa’s agenda? Probably a while longer as the prices for maize flour just hiked and it may just be the government’s fault.
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Romanian justice laws system

The Modifications of the Romanian Justice Laws System

Winter is coming. During this season, people are usually preparing for the holidays and New Year’s resolutions. At least in the rest of the world, but not Romanians. Here’s what’s currently happening to the Romanian justice laws system, and why people are protesting the proposed changes.
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Vanity projects

Bizarre Politics: The 7 Worst Vanity Projects in Modern History

Vanity Projects? What’s that?

Let’s face it; we all want to leave a legacy on this planet. Whether we are a butcher, baker or a candlestick maker, we want to folks to recognise and appreciate our achievements after we die. Sometimes, people go a little too far and squander public money for vanity projects, often leaving monuments and buildings that tarnish their legacy rather than uplift it.
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Venezuela referendum

Plebiscite: What Does That Word Mean in Venezuela?

Sunday 16th of July. The Venezuelan people have decided to go and express their disagreement with Maduro’s administration through a local referendum, the Constituent National Assembly (ANC in Spanish) and their desire to go through an election process to reestablish the constitutional power in the country. For the government, it is an act of treason!
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Countless citizens in Venezuela protest on the streets.

Miss Universe, Oil and Politics: What is going on in Venezuela?

Venezuela has always been known, at least in Latin America and the Caribbean, for its beautiful women and their ability to walk out of beauty pageants as crowned queens. The mixture of races and the plethora of colors available in our country have blessed some of the faces that have won these contests and have marveled jurors for years.
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