Lenten 2015

Week 3: Family and Social Morality

Week 3: Family and Social Morality

In the capital city of Maweni, there lived a very wealthy family. Husband, wife and their two children — a daughter and a son — operated many large shops, rental flats and buses that served the area and other neighbouring countries. The family’s two children studied at a prestigious school where they were always transported to and from in a luxurious[Read More...]

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Week 2: Lent Season 2015

Week 2: Lent Season 2015

Security Ngoma is a cosmopolitan village in Ubuntu County. The villagers lived together peacefully for many years, supporting and respecting each other. They traded together, intermarried and their children went to the same schools. A council of elders with a paramount chief, as its leader, headed the village. The council had clear problem solving mechanisms whenever need arose. There was[Read More...]

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KISWAHILI: Wiki 1

KISWAHILI: Wiki 1

  Ukabila, Upendeleo wa Kiukoo na Siasa Hapo kale, arusi kubwa ilifanyika angani na ndege wa aina mbali mbali wakaalikwa. Kobe alialikwa pia. Kabla ya kuanza safari ya kwenda angani, waliafikiana kuhusu kanuni za kuzingatiwa safarini na kwenye sherehe ya arusi. La muhimu zaidi kwenye makubaliano yao lilikuwa ni kugawana sawa kila kitu safarini na kwenye arusi. Walimteua Kobe kuwa[Read More...]

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ENGLISH: Week 1

ENGLISH: Week 1

Tribalism, Clannism and Politics Once upon a time there was a wedding in the skies and birds of all kinds were invited. The Tortoise was invited too. Before they took off, they made a covenant to guide them throughout their journey and during the wedding ceremony. Sharing everything equally was the main pillar in the deal. They chose Tortoise to[Read More...]

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