Categorie: Cynthia Omondi

This is the type of politician that Kenya needs

Door Cynthia Omondi | 14 juni 2021

Many people usually go into politics for the money and the power. Next year there will be elections in Kenya and our hope is that a new breed of politicians will emerge, those who will work for the benefit of the electorate. One of them might possibly be Saadia Rao. Thanks to her selfless acts, people have been encouraging her to stand for an elective seat. This is because they believe that she can make a positive difference. She talked to Vice Versa Global’s Cynthia Omondi.

The self-taught inventor making waves in Sierra Leone

Door Cynthia Omondi | 26 mei 2021

Emmanuel Alie Mansaray recently became a social media sensation in the West African country of Sierra Leone. This is after his invention of a solar-powered engine car was spotted on the streets of Freetown. His innovative solar car hit the headlines not only in his home country, but also internationally, leaving many people amazed by his outstanding creativity. So, who exactly is this young man and what is the force behind his passion for inventions?

Testimony of a reformed cutter brings hope of eradicating Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya

Door Cynthia Omondi | 14 mei 2021

Over 200 million women across the globe have stood tall to tell their painful stories. Their victorious voices, their solidarity in transforming their pain into purpose and their undying hope of creating a world free from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). With many stories told of the survivors, Vice Versa Global brings you an exclusive interview with Isnino Tono. She is not only a survivor, but a person who actively participated in the actual act of the cut.

The woman breaking the job stereotype in Malindi

Door Cynthia Omondi | 26 april 2021

Vice Versa Global presents the first, and so far only, female boda-boda rider in Malindi. She has defied the odds stacked against her and is excelling in a field that is male dominated. She tells us how she is overcoming the gender stereotypes that she encounters in her line of work and what her eventual goal is.

Don’t leave teen mums behind!

Door Cynthia Omondi | 22 maart 2021

Gone are the days when teen mums used to be shunned and looked at as social pariahs. With comprehensive sex education being turned from a right to a controversial issue by the society at large, some organizations decided to step up and bridge this gap. The narrative has changed and these girls are making something of themselves.