People get into marriage for different reasons. There are those who have unequivocally made it a business.
The selfishness that is exhibited by our leaders is beyond human comprehension. We have lost the one and most important commandment given to us by God: that we should love one another. It seems like the fire is catching up with them and they now have to fight among themselves to show their loyalty to their ‘godfathers’ in politics.
According to McKinsey's Women in the Workplace 2020 study, women make up 48% of entry-level employees, but only 38% of managers, 34% of senior managers or directors, 29% of VPs, 23% of SVPs, and just 22% of C-suite executives. We kick off with our top 15 list of African women in the Corporate world. These women have torn down gender bias in the workplace by taking up SHE-EO (CEO), founders, head officers, and managerial seats in some of the continent's leading companies.
Wanjiku, an Agikuyu name, found its way into mainstream discourse thanks to the Second President of Kenya, the late Daniel Moi, who irritably used the word as retaliation to Kenyans in the 1990s. At the time, political activists and Kenyans were calling for a constitutional review that would actively feature Kenyans' input.
12Page 1 of 2