Of Myself & Ignorance.

Very old men say “..the youth are the future of this country.” Sometimes even the youth say and believe that they are the future of this nation, Kenya. That statement

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Johnny Doesn’t Care.

Late this evening, my friend (Stalone) and I decided not to take a boda boda from Statehouse Road to Tao, and instead, we walked. We had managed to convince ourselves

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Jalopy.

The queue is long. From where I stand, it meanders round and round and terminates where the next person to enter the bus stands. I hate when I find these

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A Degree? A Mentor? – Which Is Best?

What’s the difference between; Susan who completes high school and joins Nairobi University and graduates with a bachelors degree in ABC, and Oliver who finishes high school and goes straight

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Shitbags!

Politics is not my thing, but I know at least one thing – Kenyan politicians are, well, shitbags! Forgive me for insulting someones mother, father or spouse, but I refrained

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A Street Lamp

Have you heard of smart cities? Do you know what they are? Or how they work? Or what makes them smart? If you have, ever imagined our Kenyan cities transforming

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Mr. Pilsner Bottle

Mommy, Daddy, I do not know whether I write this for you, or for the reader who is a parent or an aspiring parent. I write it anyway. … I

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Non-Issue – #1

This is one of those weird blogs that you will ever come across. Trust me. And for anyone who I might offend here, please let your eyes read no more

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10th Most Dangerous City In Africa – #1

Dark pregnant clouds hung lowly as the once calm breezes turn into frenzied winds. I watch as carelessly littered papers swirl in the twisting dust devils, high and higher up

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Teach Africa

In my last post , I talked about the 17 sustainable development goals set by world leaders in the summit of 2015. I went further to state what in my view are

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