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 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 012: MATERNITY WARD

The first EDD had slipped away with nothing much to write home about. There were no unusual feelings or mild pains to trigger any heedful reaction. They called Dr. Angela and she reassured them nothing was amiss. She however, emphasized that they should report to the hospital if the second EDD came by, with no... 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 →

THE DEGREE SYNDROME

The anger over kids not getting into university speaks to how Kenya education has become a search for papers, rather than true learning which opens many doors at many different levels. Shouldn't we perhaps interrogate our all-roads-lead-to-university model of schooling? - Gathara - Media personality We are such a ridiculous nation that seemingly panics and vomits... Continue Reading →

DEAR STUDENTS, PLEASE CUT THE SLACK

About a 100 students have been charged in court for arson related cases in the last one month. Moreover, close to a 100 high schools have been closed down following the unfurling unrest among students. The unwavering strikes have had pundits citing reasons to do with extension of 2nd term, mind you, for just one... Continue Reading →

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