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I am a youth today,and will be a leader tomorrow.

I was more than glad to ricieve an E-mail from you.also thank you too much for letting me be one of you.
I was born on 29th march in the year of 1991 wich means i am aged 17years old by now.I live in Kenya in a province by name NYANZA and i am proud of our country and our people.
I am in high school,the only advantage is that i am afreshlady in HIGH SCHOOL.Though i am studying hard to achieve my goals and dreamings.I am spornsered by my loVed mum PATRICIA of U.S.A who is also a member of our pulsewire team.Otherwise let me stop from there and Say hi to everybody.
I would also like to be active in pulsewire and represent the youth.
I like being with Leila of pulsewire and learning more about pulsewire.
Millicent Akoth.


Corine Milano's picture

Welcome, Millicent!

It is so nice to see you here! My name is Corine, and I can't wait to get to know you more on Pulsewire!

I'd love to hear more about what high school is like as a freshlady in Kenya. What are you learning about daily? What is your favorite thing about school? What do you want to do after you are done with school?

I am also really interested to know more about Nyanza. I have not heard of it before. I know Leila and Leah are in Migori, and that we have a few members from Nairobi as well. Is Nyanza close to Migori or Nairobi?

Feel free to answer each of these questions in a new post in your journal. That way, everyone in the community can see what you're saying and comment! Or write about whatever else you have to say. I know your voice is POWERFUL!

It is so nice to meet you and I can't wait to read more about you in your journal! Let me know if you need any assistance using PulseWire, I am here to help!


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