Dennis K. Kazungu
It is every undergraduate’s expectation to get employed in the field they studied for once the graduate from the university.
Eric Mbaruk, a Diploma in Journalism student at Zetech University College talks to me about about his anticipations once he is done with his studies.
“I expect to get employed in the media industry just like any other graduate would do”. Many students are often optimistic about getting employment in the job market. This forces me to enquire from Mbaruk about how he views his probability of getting into the market soon after his graduation. “It won’t be easy but I believe i have the credentials to be put into considerations by media houses employers”.
He goes on to agree that the field has witnessed recent laying off of workers like the recent retrenchment of journalists by Royal Media Services. “There many challenges. We recently had journalists retrenched from Citizen”
Mbaruk completes the interview with me by telling saying that what he fears most i to be fired.”If there is something I fear most, it is to be fired”.
Dennis K. Kazungu
Campus connect is a joint end of year entertainment event between the students of Multimedia University of Kenya and Catholic University of East Africa.
The two campuses geographically close to each other have decided to organise a joint bash that will see attendees closing the year in style. The common place of the event will be Park Place grounds. The event scheduled to happen on Friday 2nd December 2016 will be graced by performances from Kenyan hip hop act Octopizzo and hitmaker Timmy TDat. Radio Citizen’s Mzazi Willy M. Tuva will emcee the event. Advance tickets are going for Ksh. 300 each while at the gate a ticket goes for Ksh. 500.
The entertainment secretaries of the two institutions have come together to give ‘comrades’ an end of year ‘throw’ as they wind up their September-December semester.
Rose N Stegall
Mishkaki or Mishakiki a famous East African delicacy is simply skewered meat. It is similar to grilled meat or barbecue in taste but different in appearance. They are small pieces of meat( in this case,beef) that are marinated and placed in skewers. It can be accompanied by main dishes, salads and sauces and can as well be enjoyed plain. One could include large chunks of diced vegetables after each piece of meat such as; sweet pepper, onions and tomatoes (with its core removed) to add on an appealing look.
This week I had the opportunity to interview a gentleman ,Collins Otieno a food vendor who shared with me his method of making his mishkaki and also treat myself with this delicacy. He simply starts by marinating beef with simple marinade and later cuts it into small pieces before placing them on a skewer. He enjoys his business and would go to any extent to make his customers happy by including salad and sauces to serve with. His pricing is fair and affordable whereby one skewer with five pieces equals Ksh25 (Twenty Five Kenyan Shillings) +free coleslaw salad.
You wanna live that great life, come join us as we show you ways to change your lifestyle. 10th/12 is the day to look forward to.
For the first time ever my fit friends and I are bringing you a boot camp close to you. Yes we want you too to join the fit club.
We will be going through some daily workout routines to quick routines for those days you can only spare a few minutes.
Its all about healthy living and fitness.
For a long time now its been all about talking about the healthy lifestyle we should all venture into but for the first time ever its gonna be practical , yes, come join me with a few friends of mine as we share the different routines we all engage in, correct each other and even inspire others.
Get your workout gear ready, call out that workout buddy of yours and come out as the 10th is the date to watch out for. This day will shape your life in a away you didn’t expect.
Come join us. Let’s have fun, workout, take pictures and share few workout ideas.See you there. I can’t wait
Bring a friend.
Caroline G Muriuki.
Sure you’ve been in need. So who did you call on when you needed that help? Your mother or father? A relative? Your best friend? Neighbour maybe? Lucky you had such people to call.
Imagine being sexually abused with no one to turn to. No shoulder to cry on. Also being an orphan without family to ask help from in difficult situations or generally not having any family to turn to for just a heart to heart conversation. The value of family cannot be inscribed on a paper. Now quit imagining. What do you think would happen to you? Would you cope with such a situation?
That’s why the Mary Faith Children’s home visit is not only charity visit. It’s spreading the love that one has for the kids. It’s a choice to offer that which you have in abundance. Lets avoid the notion that charity has everything to do with money .It’s important to sustain them but It might be a simple smile, a hug or just playing with such a child that will make a difference in that child’s life .So on 26th November 2016,we invite you to take the choice of offering what you have in abundance. Money, foodstuffs, clothes, talent and anything else that would put a smile on the face of this children.
*LETS MAKE THEM SMILE
Caroline G Muriuki.
.Its a December dedication edition show to pray for the holiday
.It will include gospel artist and church ministers
.Entrance is free and everybody is invited
December is the holiday with many ceremonies and everywhere in the world families, friends and other people meet to enjoy together. Some Christians meet to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
However, many people have a bad thinking about this holiday where they view it as holiday with many accidents followed with deaths and all bad things happening during this holiday. This is a myth that always make many to be uncomfortable with December holiday.
We therefore have a big show to dedicate this 2016 December to God which will be held at Ongata Rongai at Everlasting church center on Saturday 3rd Dec 2016 at 2pm. Theme: Mathew 25:13; “Therefore for you know neither the day nor the hour in which the son of man is coming.”
This function will include praying and dedicating our December holiday to God, worshiping and praising will also be done where we will have artist guest including Ruftone, L-Jay maasai, Hopekid, Bahati, Prince Bravo among other invited Gospel artist.
The entrance is free and your presence will be highly appreciated.
. Photography is a good career that has a lot of fun
. Photography is a professional career that people make money out of it
. Like all other jobs being a photographer there are challenges
What is your name?
Am Bill Owiti a student at Multimedia University and am a photographer
Tell us about your experience as a photographer.
Its a career with a lot of fun but has challenges where mostly ladies see me carrying a camera and think i have a lot of money therefore expecting me to buy may be lunch and other expensive things for them.
How can people find you?
Find me on Facebook as Bill Owiti, on twitter @bill owiti and Instagram bill owiti.
Photographers are great people who play a big role in our society but many people seem not to recognize them. Others never take photography as a serious career or rather ignores it.
Bill explains that photography is a paying career just like any other career does where your pay is determined by your effort. This means it has no limitation since you can make a huge amount of money within hours. Generally it’s an enjoyable career to carry with a lot of fun.