MILLENNIAL ZONE 023: VINTAGE

Previously on millenial zone: https://andrewismme.wordpress.com/2020/08/15/millennial-zone-022-jamboree/ Mr. Mwangi cut out a very reserved personality. From the outside, he appeared gentle, with nothing much to write home about. He’d be easily overlooked as any ordinary tutor, that wore unkempt beard look and who harbored a liking for oversize suits. Moreover, he was not the razzmatazz type or... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 020: ENTANGLEMENT

Sly and Eunetta love relationship was a secret that was highly guarded leaving little chance if any, to a chosen few. This included Sly's ex Chris, Shiku and Njagi. It brew in High school right from Form 1 as they shared the same cubicle. They got introduced to it by a Form 3 student who... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 019 – AFTER PARTY

Photo credit: kampusville.com After a successful MUST Zone inaugural anniversary celebrations, the after party went down at the city's nerve center of entertainment joints - Westlands. It was an invite-only affair with the Journalism Club members forming the biggest section of the attendants towing along their friends while Matiba University usual suspects otherwise known as... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 018: ANNIVERSARY

Time had rolled off in such a fast pace. The journalism club members were busy preparing for the maiden anniversary of the school mag since the celebrated launch. Everyone was upbeat and excited by the niche the mag had curved for itself. Blue chip corporate firms were jostling for the elusive space in the premier... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 015: CUPID

He was the Finance Manager of a top horticultural farm in Naivasha. A medium height kind of man, fairly young until you met his landmark pot belly that seemed to aggravate his age. He described himself as a family man. He was a dad to three kids; 2 sons and one daughter. He had been... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 013: LECHERY

They bumped on each other on one of the city streets. She was heading home after a busy day of errands in town while Njagi was up and about after he was done with his midday class. He held her gaze first, courtesy of her round hips that were running up and down like ocean... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 011: BABY SHOWER

She had 3 papers to sit for to conclude her end of semester exams. Actuarial Science was a course she had revered since her childhood, to emulate one of her uncles who was in a similar profession. Since she was a bright kid, she got enrolled having qualified with much ease. While in class, the... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 008: IN LAWS

Anastasia is 5 months pregnant. Her belly has started to bulge as her neck darkens by the day. She occasionally wakes up with morning sickness - feeling dizzy, nausea, headache and backache. While heartburn is a frequent occurrence, her skin is glowing and appears way softer. Her bust is increasing in size perhaps gearing up... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 005: SCHOOL MAGAZINE

Sly was the head of the Journalism Club in Matiba University of Science & Technology (MUST) in as much as she was studying Computer Science together with Njagi. Her parents made her not follow her writing journey as they imagined journalism was not a well-paying job. Beyond that, they presumed it would have been tough... Continue Reading →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 004: VERDICT

  Anastasia had been strictly raised in a Pentecostal church all her life. As a matter of fact, her dad had been a pastor for decades. Hence it was too shocking and agitating for the world of Kwa Nguku and neighboring villages to grapple with news of a pastor’s daughter allegedly getting raped during a... Continue Reading →

WHO WILL MENTOR THE MEN IN US?

  When my Research lecturer gave us an assignment on writing a proposal, my mind juggled with so many topics for some days. Ultimately, my Proposal heading read; A STUDY ON THE PLIGHT OF THE BOY CHILD IN KENYA. It is no coincidence that I'm passionate about the male gender threats and prospects in this country.... Continue Reading →

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