“The world is crazy! People out here are doing some crazy shit to prove a point to the same people who be judging them for that crazy shit!” -Yang Sabii- I Writing as it seems is quite demanding. That was just an opening statement because I have no idea how I will break down this […]


33 Years Later

It was the wail that brought the whole village from the dreamy walls of sleep. Or at least that’s how the story was told to us, who were absent. It was not her wail though. It was the wail of she who found her. The finder was shocked to see her. By now the hers […]

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What would you be willing to do in order to inherit one billion dollars?….. That is the intro phrase on the mahogany brown cover of Jim Stowall’s The Ultimate Gift. Well, I don’t see myself inheriting a billion dollars but that phrase sure arouses something in me. The weight of willingness. The “Do whatever it […]

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The Story Of Githinji

On such a day, not really a Sunday but a Thursday rather, I was born. Looking back nearly two decades ago I realise the change and transition that has happened from a newspaper reading one year old to a cute skinny grandmother raised pupil at Agape Starlight Dandora to a rebellious suspension loving  teenager at […]

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Quitting The Blog

The heading probably makes you wonder. Am I serious?! Am I really quitting the blog?  “Am I?! ” “Is he?!” “What? Why?”  Nooo?” “But we love your work. You’re the Kenyan Shakespeare.”  That’s me imaging how people would react to the revelation that I am quitting. It’s never harmful to give oneself a little credit. […]

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TWISTS[tragic love]

To be honest I don’t know how to define sin. How far does an act need to go in order for it to be classified as sin. What’s the difference between mischief and sin? Does the fact that we make some choices out the influence of vices(anger, lust, bitterness, rebellion)make us sinners? Like when someone […]

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The Woman in a Vogue

“It’s interesting the misconceptions that Kenyans have of big women, financial wise that is. Being a rich woman in Kenya has many stories to it.[sighs]. Like you, when I offered you this car ride what did you think?” She asked. Before we go any further, I had just left school and decided to walk to […]

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I find it amusing at what a simple crease on your trousers can do to your self esteem! What a simple mispronunciation when you’re with your crush can do to your flow of speech! What a simple speck of dust on your shoe can do to your confidence! But that’s baseless, bears minute or no […]