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 saying things to show that you love someone” Simple, but not so very easy to … Read more

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 that. When Kibaki, the former President, said in his 2002 election manifesto that education would … Read more

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 was a group of local terrorists, who came in form of ‘rescuers’, to rob off … Read more

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 the house through midwives, sending letters through neighbours and taking months before arrival. Now we … Read more

10 Reasons why bestiality is on the rise in Kenya

Recently,we heard of the ‘dreaded’ topic, bestiality hitting the air waves like a pin drop down the Atlantic. It isn’t a strange phenomena but known to many from the days of living in the farms to the digital bestiality, so, why the shock? We don’t want to accept what is going down in our society,we … Read more

Does Kenya need the Hague

Tear gas,fire, roadblocks,detours,flight booking,escape,hiding,enmity…scenes after the 2007 elections…pitiful,shameful, but we overcame…did we? It was the day I realised there was no peace in Kenya and the brotherhood we preach is nothing but a façade. Sad, as those who live to tell the tale of the fiery scenes recall with nostalgia.The animosity that was seen was … Read more

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