The Man JP Barely Breathes.

Reading Time: 7 minutes JP’s only prayer is that the government loosens its grip on his neck. He can barely breathe. He has not ever experienced what breathing without someone’s hand chocking his neck

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Damn Your father!

Reading Time: 5 minutes Our fathers have ruined their daughters, who shall we marry? They are screwing them left, right and centre – even top and bottom – abomination! They are driving them around

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The Face Of A People.

Reading Time: 4 minutes To understand the government is to understand what ails it. It is to allow ourselves to be able to treat this sickness and make it functional again. A good government

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Where Does Allegiance Lie?

Reading Time: 4 minutes I saw a post by a friend of mine that had me thinking more than I should have. The post went like: …Growing up means realising a lot of your friends

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Johnny Doesn’t Care.

Reading Time: 3 minutes 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.

Reading Time: 5 minutes 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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Because Of Pizza

Reading Time: 5 minutes Nothings turns a modern day girl ON more than some slimy mrenda mixed with bitter managu eaten with brown ugali. She will fall head over heels with you if you

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Shitbags!

Reading Time: 6 minutes 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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Mr. Pilsner Bottle

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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

Reading Time: 5 minutes 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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