Drum March 2011
When a woman declares she wants to run for president, the games begin. Hon Martha Karua intends to play it full.
When it comes right down to it, Honourable Martha Karua, the MP for Gichugu constituency likes to keep it simple.
Her philosophy, it seems, is what you see is what you get. She will not wear foundation for instance, and brings her
own small box with the barest essentials of make up and instructs our makeup artist on how to use those. “I want
people to know that how I look in this magazine is how I look every day. I do not want to change my look because if
you make me up, then that is not how I will be tomorrow.”
Read more on Martha Karua – The woman who would be Kenya’s president…
Passion March 2011
Suzie Wokabi has come a long way and has developed the region’s first cosmetics line for African women. As she tells Mary Mweni, it has been a long but interesting journey.
Read more on Suzie Wokabi – Business Entrepreneur – Cosmetics Line for African Women…
Passion February 2011
Listening to him strumming the guitar, it is inevitable that a sense of awe and admiration will instantly grip you. So because the skill and precision with which he plies his trade is simply amazing. Jean Pierre Nimbona is his name, but few recognise him by it. Most know him by his stage name, Kidum. Interestingly though, very few know the origin of the name ‘Kidum’.
Read more on Kidum (Jean Pierre Nimbona) – East Africa Musician – Success does not come easy…
Equity Bank is one of the fastest growing banks in East Africa with an average employee age of 26. Dr. James Mwangi spoke to CAROLE KIMUTAI about leadership, management, and inspiring Generation Y, and how he has re-invented himself.
Read more on James Mwangi – Equity Bank CEO – Managing Generation Y – Leading a young workforce (Management March 2011)…