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Ninety nine problems but a bitch ain’t one If you having girl problems I feel bad for you son I got ninety nine problems but a bitch ain’t one, hit me – Jay Z ” I always sing along to this jam from Jay Z every time it comes on. Plenty of memes have been […]... Read more
I don’t know about you, but the multiplication table was not the most favourite table for me at P.C.E.A Umoja Primary School. My Maths Teacher, Mr. Karimi, gave me lots of thrashings simply for not being able to figure out 8 * 7 = 45 without the help of using my fingers. Or 12 * […]... Read more
” You may be 38 Years Old, as I happen to be; and one day , some great opportunity stands before you and calls you to stand up for some great principle, some great issue, some great cause. And you refuse to do it because you are afraid… You refuse to do it because you […]... Read more
Kenya is a nation blessed with a great deal of Media Freedom. Media Freedom. Is this even a thing? Ask our Ugandan friends about media freedom whenever you meet one. They pay taxes for Tweets and Facebook posts. Brands have taken advantage of this media freedom to sell their value to existing and potential customers […]... Read more
On Jamhuri Day of 2017, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta launched a transformation agenda popularly known as the ‘Big Four Agenda’. The President would dedicate the energy, time and resources of his administration to four key areas namely: Manufacturing Affordable Housing Food Security Affordable Healthcare Out of ... Read more
Sitting comfortably, twelve kilometres from Kenya’s capital, is a city, yes city, by the name Githurai. Almost every Kenyan is at least familiar with the name, even if due to some self – imposed excuse, has never set foot in the dusty (and muddy when it rains) slumburbia. If you were born somewhere between the […]... Read more
Amongst the city in the sun’s numerous streets, avenues, lanes and walks, there are some that just stand out in their own way. Take RiverRoad for instance, popular for the classy and expensively pimped coast buses and a string of Indian shops with funny collections of stock (Like one that purely sells buttons, just buttons). [&helli... Read more
‘Kama mans wako huwa habet, (If your boyfriend/husband does not gamble)you are the man in the relationship’ – Kenyan Proverb. Just before the 2014 World Cup, there was not much gambling taking place in Kenya. In fact, the notable gambling activity back then, at least from where I come from, was Inooro FM’s Kany... Read more
As at this very moment, you have a choice to read this piece or go over your Twitter Timeline. Not both. In life, we are presented with options and it is up to us to decide what we want to keep and what we want to lose as a result of keeping what we decided […]... Read more
Hii Lugha ilikuja na Meli! (This language came from overseas). If you’ve lived in Kenya, you must have heard this phrase, or better yet, said it. It is an excuse we give whenever our English Airtime runs out. Ranking highly on my checklist for my perfect woman (We’ll talk about the checklist some other day), […]... Read more
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