Woe Unto Kenya

The appalling citizenship many Kenyans own, if our country was human, she would be crying everyday over people who pretend to love her yet they keep breaking her heart all the time. Why can’t Kenyans treat their country like they treat their loved ones? Family goes beyond blood when we are living within the same […]

Yourself Be!!

I like talking about young people. I’m one myself. I feel a lot of problems we face are brought about by ourselves. The world has had its histories, of people who did tremendous things against all odds, those who turned out to be role models and pace setters – be they scientists, academicians, artistes and […]

Kenya’s Political Sins

The Bible tells me that we are all sinners and that nobody is perfect. If ever we are going to get to heaven it will not be by our works but by God’s grace. But sometimes I tend to think some sins are bigger than others. Take the case of an incident that occurred last […]

When You Know Where You Are Going

Life maybe a simple thing if you view it from the perspective of simply breathing in and out. But there are deeper truths and fundamentals about it that we are often culprit to ignore. Man was made to live a purposeful life in full strength to his trust in God and respect to humanity…but ohw…what […]

The Kenyan Revolution

‘Haki yetu!’ the Kenyan slogan for ‘our rights’ has lately been receiving mouth time from angry Kenyan workers. And no, they weren’t swallowing these words, but expressing their heartfelt complaints to the sick Kenyan government which has absurdly maintained a silent carpet play at their never ending demands. Trust me there are so many people […]

Be good, life Is Short.

Don’t wait for someone to die to say sweet things on their graves.Cherish those who love you for you won’t be with them forever.It is okay to be angry but let not your anger hurt anyone.Be sorry when you wrong people and be bold enough to accept your mistakes and to be corrected. Life would […]

Who Must We Look Up To?

The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam results were released earlier this week by the Education Minister,Prof. Sam Ongeri. What caught my interest most is the realization that parents, students, teachers and supervisors colluded to cheat exams. The situation is very unfortunate. Pupils have defined queer ways of stealing answers, to the extent of copying them on bathroom […]

A Question Of Patriotism

Elections are a burden to most African countries. What happened in Kinshasa earlier this week of armed men attacking a convoy of jeeps carrying ballot papers and burning them was utter disgrace. The opposition leader, Mr. Etienne Tshisekedi, was blocked from casting his vote at his place of choice, therefore forcing him to vote at […]