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A crash course in changing the world.

This is hard, yet a great challenge. Indeed, it will be a great journey,
but the fruits are worthwhile. My countrymen face two serious problems.
These being corruption and poverty. This two have almost become the
daily norm. My mission and wish would be to sensitize the youth about
this issues. Am still figuring out the best remedy for this situation.
In the meantime I just joined an organisation Kenyans for change (K4C). I
believe that in this information era, our only weapon is knowledge. The
youth today have a very great opprtunity to change their future and
enjoy an almost flawless leadership tomorrow. The worlds amazing
technologies have carried us by storm. I know very well that this
technology is our solution to the issues affecting us.
As I mentioned earlier, this is a tall order. A long mission indeed, but
with our cooperation we can tackle this. Please my fellow evoke members
help me in whatever way, achieve, not my mission, but make it your too.

Thank you all.

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Comment by James Sudi on April 25, 2010 at 7:34am
I need to achieve alot of peace for my country for this. There is lot of selfishness in us.
Comment by A.V.Koshy on April 25, 2010 at 7:57am
yes, selfishness is the bane not only of individuals but of groups
Comment by John D. Boyden on May 16, 2010 at 4:28pm
I agree with your post. It starts with knowledge. Selfishness can be slightly re-directed when self interest is a part of the group interest. Corruption is as dangerous as it can be in any political system. I'll pray for you and encourage-for now- just your focus on poverty as you gain political knowledge. Technology will only serve your goals if it is affordable, usable, can be made the communities resource and spread around! +1 courage


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