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Project Justice: “I was Set UP!”

“A wrongful conviction can happen to anyone [reading this] even in this room.” -Anon Thinking about this gives me the chills. And not goosebumps that disappear after a few minutes. It is that kind of chill that runs down your spine and paralyzes your entire being. The kind of chill that take...

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WHEN THE DEAL IS TOO GOOD, ACT SLOWER.

Ogopa sana Nairobi. “In the midst of every crisis, lies a great opportunity.” This quote, usually, motivates the entrepreneur to diversify their income streams by either launching new products or revamping old ones while aligning them to current trends. Technology has been evoked over the la...

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WHY SUCCESSION CASES SEEM TO NEVER END

The Solution (Pt 2) In this sequel, I examine different solutions to the Problem succession disputes pose (Number 3 will shock you!) But first, a proper and exhaustive look at The Last Will with its various scenarios to open our minds to the magnitude of the problem. The Last Will and Testame...

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WHY SUCCESSION CASES SEEM TO NEVER END

The Problem (Pt 1) The other day, a discussion sprouted in my Book Club WhatsApp Group concerning death, and very quickly it spiraled towards the Subdivision of Estates after the death of a loved one. This prompted me to think about having a dreaded conversation with my own father concerning his...

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HOW FAR IS TOO FAR?

If it walks and talks like a duck, then most probably it is…  Well, your mind screamed a duck(and probably made the quack sound), yet in the realm of crime scene investigation, the more general answer does not seem to apply herein. This article seeks to explore the extent to which huma...

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WHERE IS THE JUSTICE IN THE “UA UA” MOB JUSTICE SOLUTION?

Mob (in)justice cannot be justice in any manner or form. Not in a civilized society or an uncivilized one. To live in a society where mob (in)justice is a form of acceptable or even condoned form of punishment is to acknowledge that abiding by the rule of law is a “when-we-can” kind of thing, w...

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