Young people are building Dandora's clean, green future

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  • Charles had just come back from abroad and found that everybody complained but no one did anything.
  • “What is your interest in this?” people would ask, and to this Gachanga would politely respond that the question should be, “What are our interests in this?”
  • Finally, the government can support competitions such as the one in Dandora, so that we have Changing Faces Kayole editions in Umoja, Huruma, Githurai, and even Kibra, where the National Youth Service is cleaning up. 

I met Robinson Esialimba, a Kenyan with a big heart, in Morocco and we immediately hit it off.

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