WANJIRU – AUTHOR, WRITER, BLOGGER

She is among few Kenyan bloggers bagging some tidy money out of outstanding writing skills. Her blog site is a meeting place for the big boys in the advertising space. Getting traffic for her site is a goal she has gracefully concurred. Her style of writing can only be ranked equal to or slightly better... Continue Reading →

DR. JOHN NGORU

The only thing I share with John Ngoru is bad handwriting. But I can write and sign cheques, just in case you thought my handwriting is illegible. The thing is, it's just bad but legible. It appears to have confidence issues and overwhelmingly dependable on my moods. Speaking of which, it bothers me how much energy... Continue Reading →

SIR JAY

If you call yourself Sir (something) you better look the part. From dressing a Stephano Ricci diamond plated tie to an elegant gold wristed watch that has a heavier ego than all the new found IT cum hacking gurus and crop of wannabe lawyers trying too hard to impress on social media,..you rather be rocking... Continue Reading →

DAD OF TWINS

Peter is a huge fan of my blog. In fact due to the amassed loyalty, I hear he is the self-appointed chairman of Andreaders in and outside of the country. It is that serious. He is one of those, when we run on each other always like, "by the way, was that storo true? The... Continue Reading →

STORY OF A CATHOLIC SEMINARIAN

For the first time in my mainstream writing career somebody edited my work. Okay, not really editing but giving a heads up or what some may refer as green light. This is purely out of courtesy since here is an unusual guest who has a charm for dignity, protocol and decorum. That said, I would... Continue Reading →

GRYZ WAHURA: A TRIUMPH OVER DISABILITY

This article should have been published last week but something eroded the whole rationale. 30th June was fast approaching with thick torrents and fury. What to do when your whole extended family and friends who haven’t called you in fifty years finally emerge from nowhere and keep your phone buzzing unusually! So, around this time... Continue Reading →

FARE THEE WELL, FIDEL

It’s never the wish of any parent to encounter and grapple with the death of his/her children in their lifetime. In fact, parents hope that it will always be the other way round. Of ageing as they watch their sons and daughters walk through the many stages of life, successfully. Parents being alive to meet... Continue Reading →

MEET MY HEROINE – PAULA KAHUMBU

Do you have a passion? What boundaries have you crossed? How far have you stretched it? What are your crazy stories? Do your close friends harbour thoughts of you going nuts? Well if not, you are not passionate enough. Passion should make you wake up in the wee hours to jolt down a line or... Continue Reading →

FROM ANDREW TO AUDREY!

For starters, transgender is basically a state where the mind is in conflict with the body, better put as body hormones not matching with the assigned sex, so to speak. It is more of a disorder than a disease. Meet  Audrey Mbugua a transsexual  who has struggled with depression all her  lifetime trying to convince... Continue Reading →

MADIBA THE ICON

Whoever said a good name is worth more than silver or gold or better still billions lying in the bank accounts was very right.How humbling can it be when people across the world sing and celebrate your birthday.How about when the U.N sets aside a day solely to appreciate and commemorate you.These are laurels enjoyed... Continue Reading →

FALLEN HEROINE

How many times have you heard of this saying........dat its its the the little things that we do in life that really matter.Wangari Maathai is now gone but not like any other ordinary person.Her legacy will pass on from generation to generation.She was a phenomenal lady more than a super woman.......a true mother of earth.During... Continue Reading →

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