At the age of 12, Makena Mugaa was a normal, healthy young girl. She weighed 60kg and her bra size was 34B. Perhaps a little busty for someone who hadn’t quite reached puberty, but perfectly acceptable. She could wear anything she wanted to, and she did. She could also do anything. Then, almost overnight, things changed.
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There’s no heartbeat,” I heard the doctor who was performing my scan say after about 40 minutes of examination.
Kevin (Big Kev) & Tracy Kamene Ombajo – Speak candidly about their marriage, separation and battling brain tumor
ONE ALWAYS HOPES FOR A HAPPILY EVER AFTER. SOMETIMES THOUGH, THAT PATH IS RIDDLED WITH BUMPS AND DETOURS. KEVIN AND TRACY OMBAJO PROVE THAT THOSE HURDLES CAN BE OVERCOME
Bouncing Back: Model, marketer and cancer survivor Bidanya Barassa talks to Enid Mukiri about how she handles life’s curveballs.
There is more to Bidanya Barassa than just looks, and an afternoon chat with the former beauty queen turned marketer quickly reveals that good looks and wits do go hand in hand. With the support of her mother, Bidanya recently went through a life changing experience that has given her a renewed zeal for life and she is ready to open up about it.
It isn’t every day that you get to meet someone who’s done something for so many just by being courageous and open. Wagura is such a person. When Asunta started raising people’s awareness about HIV, few were willing to talk about it; many were scared. Apart from advocacy, she is the Executive Director of the Kenya Network of Women Living with Aids (KENWA) and a mother of three wonderful adopted boys.