That Politician Is My Father!

I am seated in the lounge after a sumptuous supper, watching the evening bulletin. The news anchor utters a familiar name belonging to a man I see very regularly. In a few, the camera rolls showing where the latter is talking to a mass of people, selling himself to them about how he has been […]

Miss Deputy Chief Justice Misjudged?

Miss Rebecca Kerubo spoke with a lot of sorrow, her eyes welled with tears. Perhaps bewildered by all the attention she was suddenly receiving from enthusiastic journalists who wanted her account of the Village Market gun saga that has rocked her young life in the line of duty. It is evident, she never knew who […]

Farewell Thee Well, Wangari Muta Maathai

September has been a nightmare for my country, Kenya. Just the other day we were from taking a historic initiative to feed our brothers and sisters dying of hunger. Road accidents are literally wiping away our loved ones, illicit brews making our thirsty countrymen dig into their own graves, oil spills drinking away our slum […]