The Last Villains of Molo, Book Review, Den of Inequities, Kenya, Kenyan Writer, Kinyanjui Kombani

Book Review: The Last Villains of Molo by Kinyanjui Kombani.

I’ve heard about the 1992 Molo clashes whenever the topic of tribalism in Kenya comes up. However, I have never had the opportunity to know what exactly happened and how it happened. It’s Kinyanjui Kombani’s familiarity to the incidents that occured and the characters involved that makes this book so creditable. I mean, he also includes the geography…

Book Review, Den of Inequities, Kenya, Kenyan Writer, Kinyanjui Kombani

Book Review: Den of Inequities by Kinyanjui Kombani.

In “Den of Inequities”, Kinyanjui Kombani narrates to us methodically stories that portray the inequalities that exists within our country. From which he clearly demonstrates the gap between the rich and the poor, while focusing more on the life in the ghetto (slums). It brings to perspective our day to day incidences – from insecurity,…

Relationships, Life, Life Lessons

Where Did You First Meet?

Have you watched the video by Train – Marry Me? The 1st time I watched it, it made me look back at how I would tell our story. And boy, don’t we all have different stories to tell? They make beautiful memories. It’s one of those questions you can only escape for so long. Your…

#Tujuane – A Viewers Perspective

Tujuane meaning “let’s know each other”, is a dating show that’s featured weekly on one of our TV channels. It’s actually a very great idea and probably a first of its kind in Kenya. It brings to light the Nairobi dating scene, staged or not there have been rumors. That’s more or less what happens…

You Learn NOT Lose

“You win some, you lose some,” that’s the game of life as purported. To cushion the reason why you would lose in the first place. I mean you can’t always be winning or else it’ll get into you head. That’s how it comes off. Don’t we always celebrate, acknowledge and make merry when we make wins?…

The Farm Visit

I had been going on about how I couldn’t wait to go to the farm and see the current developments. To visit, we did. Although my baby sister pulled out, it was an awesome trip all together. Got to hang out with the parents, get some tips from them as with regard to our responsibilities…

Your State House

We spent 9th April 2013, following up on the presidential inauguration process for those of us who weren’t able to attend it physically. Well, because we didn’t receive V.I.P invitation cards…lol. Truth be told though, there’s no way I would squeeze my way into the crowd to watch it and the media has ensured that…