Monthly Archives: October 2013

HAS SAFARICOM KENYA REACHED IT’S EXPIRY DATE?

Mention the biggest telecommunications Company in Kenya and most will blatantly say: SAFARICOM! I may not be a technology guru to know why this is the scenario but we cannot help it but clap to many Safaricom’s achievements over the … Continue reading

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8 REASONS WHY MIKE MBUVI ‘SONKO’ IS A SHOW-OFF?

Sonko is a Mtaani name meaning a rich individual(s), and Mike sure is! But there is a problem with this flamboyant Nairobi Senator. I got great respect for him, as a charismatic, charming and very passionate leader. He dresses so … Continue reading

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OMO : The Washing Detergent on Kenyan Supermarkets

Omo is a word that has many meanings, a Swahili word meaning front of a Meli,(ship), a sub-tribe or group in Ethiopia and what we are focusing on the detergent washing powder. In OMO they believe that ‘dirt is good’, … Continue reading

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Why Harpic is the best for toilet cleaning in Kenya

When Harpic was introduced into the Kenyan market we were marvelled at it’s ‘power’ to do the inevitable … whiten the toilet bowl, which for years had proven a headache to mums in Kenya. You have to know a little … Continue reading

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KENYAN ”COMEDIANS” : KENYAN MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT

In Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe , there is a character of attention, Okonkwo. He is a big-built man that is described as walking in, with strides. Reading this book opens one to the theatrics and world that is … Continue reading

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KENYAN ‘HEALERS’: ARE THESE ‘DOCTORS’ CON ARTISTS IN THE NAME OF ”CURE”?

Have we lost our trust in God believing in an immortal soul? Or, do we still live in the old Kenya of preserving our culture, while preservation of culture is important, there is some that we have scraped … for … Continue reading

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14 REASONS WHY MOST KENYAN MEN ARE CONSIDERED UNROMANTIC

What is romantic, we got to understand this term and it’s usage, according to Merriam Webster, an on-line resource and dictionary, romantic is described as ”relating to, or involving love between two people. Or thinking about love and doing or … Continue reading

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IS ”FREE PRIMARY EDUCATION” WORTH IT IN KENYA ?

We have been complaining about the deplorable condition in the classrooms, not all classrooms but just a section of it, the Public Primary Schools. During the Moi regime, going to school was almost UN-affordable to some parents and I second … Continue reading

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West-gate Mall Attack: Why did the Kenya Defence Forces loot?

If you watched Jicho Pevu on KTN by Mohammed Ali and John Allan Namu, you would be shocked by the extent of ‘rescue mission operation’ at the  ‘Mall of Terror’. Shockingly, the terror dint end with the terrorists but there … Continue reading

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Kenya at 50: Is there anything to show for, Are we there yet?

As a country we have made big strides to be where we are but is there anything to be proud of? From the days of walking miles of kilometers to and from home to school or hospital, giving birth in … Continue reading

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