WAWERU: Let’s master English and tell our story

From left, Kenya School of Law CEO P.L.O. Lumumba, John Kageche, Learning and Testing Services CEO Kuda Nhiwatiwa and Education Testing Services executive director for strategy and business growth Gerben Van Lent in a panel discussion at a conference on English and communication at Strathmore University on May 19, 2016. The conference aimed to come up with standards of English certification. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Kenya has stories to tell that are unique and important. The sooner we as writers can embrace English as our own language, the sooner our stories will be told.

Nodding while listening to someone speak is a common sign of agreement or understanding during a conversation. It is also true that it can be an indication that communication is not happening.


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