WHY MZEE OJWANG’ WAS NOT PART OF MY CHILDHOOD

.....................It's been a long day without you, my friend And I'll tell you all about it when I see you again We've come a long way from where we began Oh, I'll tell you all about it when I see you again When I see you again  - Wizkid ft. Charlie Puth This is one... Continue Reading →

WILL OUR DEEDS BE ‘BEATIFIED’ WHEN WE’LL BE LONG GONE?

Sr.Irene Stefani was born in 1891, the period around when Britain opened fertile highlands of Kenya to white settlers. She had 12 siblings, 7 of whom would die in their infancy. Her mother passed away when she was only 16, and ostensibly a young Irene was left with the task of taking care of her... Continue Reading →

DAD, ITS BEEN 15 YEARS…..

On that Wednesday, 5th day of April, the year 2000, you were pronounced dead in a hospital bed. That short illness had overwhelmed your soul. I was too young to comprehend the magnitude of that loss. I didn’t foresee the tough impact beforehand. Forgive me for my age then. I was only in class 5.... Continue Reading →

MAYA ANGELOU; SURMOUNTING FLAWS

"...The caged bird sings, with a fearful trill, of things unknown, but longed for still, and his tune is heard, on the distant hill, for the caged bird, sings of freedom." A transcript of the last paragraph of Maya Angelou's popular autobiography, 'I Know Why Caged Birds Sing' best captures the depth of creativity and life experiences of this legendary woman. Caged... Continue Reading →

THE UNTOLD; MADIBA AND MADIBAISM

A lot has been documented regarding Madiba as he is commonly referred to, by his compatriots. He is a unifying symbol of peace, an icon celebrated world over. In fact the UN set out a day to celebrate his life long achievements. He is a man that this generation has tried to 'kill' in vain... Continue Reading →

THIS MAN, BONIFACE MWANGI

<The greatest and most powerful revolutions often start very quietly, hidden in the shadows. Those are not my words but those of Richelle Mead which best describes a fearless young man, Boniface Mwangi. This is not your ordinary youth, he is passionate in issues to do with good governance, accountability and zero tolerance on corruption.... Continue Reading →

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