Share14TweetPin14 Shares I had spent my day with Elton. We had hang out the whole day catching up on a few things and generally life. He is one of those friends who we have amazing conversations with. We’d spent a greater part of the day talking and not realized how fast time was moving. After the hangout, we decided to get some samosas. We both … Continue reading Not Today!
Share6TweetPin6 Shares First of all, it has to be recognized that there is a very poor notion relating to Agriculture not only in Kenya nor East Africa but the world over, especially among the youth.This has affected the agricultural growth of various countries and no exception about this.The saying that,”The youth are the leaders of tomorrow” is at stake and generally the future of the … Continue reading To farm or not to Farm: What opportunities exist for Youth to prosper in Agriculture and agro-business?
Share5TweetPin5 Shares Ever heard that that this world was made in seven days and in an orderly manner, See, our very own existence is based on order but law and order doesn’t exist with us, We exist in categories set by a society with people who bend laws and discord orders, Ever noticed how the larger categories are made of few little characteristics that make … Continue reading Insight From a Plus Size Model
Share11TweetPin11 Shares There’s this throbbing in my head, Burden in my heart, Nagging feeling in my conscience, And it won’t stop. Everything you do makes my heart ache, All your actions draw me to the edge, Every single part of me crumbles, And it won’t stop. I don’t know,I can’t decide, But I keep checking up on you, Staring into space, Trying to remember us, … Continue reading IT WON’T STOP
Share20TweetPin20 Shares No more intensive reading, I knew. No more follow ups by those high school teachers who relayed live updates on my academic progress to my guardians back home. Those teachers who would even call my guardians when I didn’t answer questions in class or whenever they noticed I was not in for their lessons. Those teachers who limited the amount of pocket money … Continue reading IT WAS TIME TO GO.
Share39TweetPin39 Shares I have been out of school for quite some time now because of the Lecturer’s strike. I am not sure if I am happy about the whole thing but that wouldn’t change anything. To keep myself busy I have been engaged in construction work here in Syokimau popularly known as mjengo because as it is said, “A lazy mind is the devil’s … Continue reading THE SENIOR BACHELOR AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE.
Share5TweetPin5 Shares Moving to Nairobi for the first time or in a long time is quite a challenge especially with regard to getting conned.It is worse when moving to the capital for the very first time.More often than not, such people get conned without their knowledge especially due to their ignorance.They are taken advantage of by ‘’wenyeji”(residents) or those who are maliciously intentioned…..Here are a … Continue reading How to escape conmen as a Nairobi first-timer.