Monthly Archives: November 2015

THE POWER OF A NAME

Ajakait Joyce Mary Alinga (RIP) my paternal grandmother who I was named after and thus gives me my identity. Emuria kolia! She passed on years ago, but she lives on in me and I am comforted that she continues to watch over me and to guide me. Culturally, my first name is Alinga. A week […]

TO TRIUMP OVER TERRORISM, TOLERATE MULTICULTURALISM

In August of 2011 Anders Behring Breivik, a 32 year old ethnic Norwegian, a white, racist, xenophobic, Christian fundamentalist terrorised Norway killing one too many people by spraying them with bullets. Since then there have been multiple terror attacks the world over. Unfortunately, other nations did not learn lessons from thhe manner in which Norway […]