SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • CHRIS OJOW

    THANKS PRESIDENT UHURU, EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO OUR FUTURE.

  • Gabby

    Here we have a noble cause implemented in Rwanda ALREADY. There’s a saying that goes this way: Give me a child now and in 7 years I will give you a man. The first formative years of a child ARE in the 7 years or so of childhood. Most people are ‘manufactured’ then but only superficially changed thereafter. The president just needs to make sure he gets the best non-commercial, audiovisual capable pedagogically pre-programmed, age-appropriate laptops assembled locally in an overall light-to-heavy industrialization and ICT programme that will form the nexus of the next ‘Savannah Valley’ in Kenya. The cost is just because the standard one population is bigger than Rwanda’s!! Besides, these laptops remain in school (carried home for those kids whose parents or maids drop and pick them and for those NOT in this category can go to school voluntarily on Saturdays to ‘consult’ their laptops) and are inherited by the newer pupils each year!!!

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