Life Lessons
Life Lessons in 2017 – Liz Lenjo-Kags

2017 had a very interesting start and end for me. Most of the goals that I set out to achieve went unaccomplished. I beat myself up about that, then stopped. Because I realised something greater. I may not have accomplished what I intended, but I did learn a whole lot of things, It is on

Crime , Culture , Kenya , Life , Violence \
WHEN WILL PEOPLE GET IT?

This Saturday, I was hanging out with the most amazing women in the world catching up on the year, something happened. One friend was fondled inappropriately by the mall mascot! I have shared the matter with the management in an email, and their Facebook page, They have emailed an apology and said they will take

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , Thriller
Imprisoned by Greed

Ochuodho just sat there. He hadn’t moved from that position on the couch for hours, feet outstretched on the poof. He occasionally wiggled his toes, his pink big and little toes protruded through the torn socks. His ankle-length socks revealed bare, hairy and excessively ashy dark legs. His shorts were dirty green khakis squeezing the

Corruption , Kenya
Time to be Honest!

No matter what kind of PR stunts being pulled, the truth is Kenya is not well. After over 50 years of independence run down by greed and unspeakable injustices, the cracks are now gulleys. Since the annulment of the 8th August presidential election this year the rhetoric has changed to a harder stance on either side

Culture , Kenya , Life
Colour, Grace & Culture made in Kenya

Kenya and probably only South Africa are probably the only two countries in Africa; you can find such racial diversity. Like South Africa, Kenya has Caucasians and Asians mostly Indians who are now fourth and fifth generation Kenyan, their forefathers were mostly from southern India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. They played a huge role in the



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