Kenya , Pondering , Reflections
The Blind Agenda and the Foolhardy Minions

For six weeks my only source of entertainment was Netflix. It was peaceful, I would get occasional news from friends’ comments on Facebook and Whatsapp, which was easy to dismiss. I also didn’t commute that much and never paid much attention to the newspapers. I built my bubble. I liked my bubble; I could afford

Culture , Inspiration , Kenya , Music
Bridging Hearts with Daraja Band

This year I purposed to engage myself more in cultural events. I have never really been the concert going person, but there are tonnes of other things to attend, it was all about finding them. I had a conversation with my friend Kirit about this and we started talking about a band he is in

Drama , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
A Rude Welcome

There he was in the big city in the sun spinning round and round in the middle of the street. Buses were hooting and matatus swerving and causing pile-ups by the side. “Fala wewe!” some drivers shouted while flipping ‘the bird’ at him. His arms were spread out and he was soaking up the city

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The Power of Simplicity

One of most powerful stories I have read in the past few years is Khaled Hosseini’s,  A Thousand Splendid Suns. What drew me the most to it was the sensory experience of the read. I could feel myself in the room with the characters; I could see myself walking on the streets of Kabul and

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , Tragedy
An Itchy End

Purity was rushing to church, she was late, she couldn’t afford a TukTuk, she had a 30-minute walk ahead of her. It was her day to ensure everything was set up for the 9 am service. She was panicking, there was no way to reach anyone either, she had forgotten her phone at home rushing



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