The Real Tyranny of Numbers: Africa’s Youth Bulge

The Real Tyranny of Numbers: Africa’s Youth Bulge


The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics reports in 2011 that the no. of employed citizens in Kenya is 2,127,600. This represents 5% of the population. In the 2009 census the 15-24 age group has approximately 7,944,646 who have already turned 18 by the time of this posting. In the next 5 years approximately 12,979,501 will have turned 18 in 2018. Continue reading

The Travails of a Cash Economy-Why Kenyans are financially poor?

The Travails of a Cash Economy-Why Kenyans are financially poor?


And so it is today that roughly 99% of Kenyans have no distinctive recollection of how much money passes through their hands on the daily and by extension year in year out. The First reason that Africans/third world peoples are financially poor is that they cannot budget and track their expenditure. They do not measure money, income and expenditure. Continue reading

memods.com: The Beauty of Cultural Products 2

memods.com: The Beauty of Cultural Products 2


The Console Armour is just as the name suggest, amour for your Xbox. With a growing sales stream and investor funding to boot Dave Pepper a Computer science graduate has turned messing around with Xbox consoles in to a full fledged vanity products company selling customization kits for consoles for all and sundry in the Xbox gaming community. Video gaming is now rivalling network sports television in mind time amongst the 14-35 year old male age group inadvertently providing a ripe environment for startups such as Console Armour to thrive. Continue reading