Ever walked into an office and the persons sitting behind the desks look at each other, speak some jargon and giggle? Then you’re there wondering if they are talking about you before one looks at you and still, in a language you know nothing about, probably tries to ask you what you want?
Well. Despite Kenya being a multilingual country with two official languages, you will, in most cases encounter such, especially in most public offices that have completely been localized. This was actually made worse by devolution, with over 80% of the employees speaking one local language.
Its July 2009. First time to ever step in Eldoret. Am here to secure my admission in Moi University, deep inside Kesses Constituency. Am excited. So excited I am about to start my journey towards becoming a programmer, and probably an ethical hacker. That’s what fascinated me into pursuing a Bachelors in Information Sciences and later majoring in Information Technology. [Read more…]