Drama Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Slice of life
Dazed and Confused

Reuben emerged from the matatu the sun blinded him he shielded his face with his forearm. His feet steadily stepping on the tarmac at the bus stop. A garbage fire was ragging a foot from him, the heat startled him, he jolted away and bumped into someone. The man clicked, “watch where you are going?”

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Slice of life
System of Fools

“I beg your pardon?” “Madam, didn’t you read the sign?” “What sign?” Karimi retorted harshly. “That sign!” The clerk barked back gesturing to the “This is a Zero Corruption Zone” sign. “Yes? What about it?” The clerk was riding on Karimi’s last nerve and he was about to get it. “That doesn’t apply here.” The

Mkate Nusu Slice of life
Big thing’s Poppin’

The room was green, the music was pulsating and people were jostling around Tindi rushing to get in. Tindi cautiously clutched on her bag and inched to a bar stool she saw at the counter. She had preferred the lounge seats but she didn’t like the look of the company seated in the area. “Sema

Mkate Nusu Slice of life
Beans, Toothpaste and Blood ties

“Ketna Oganda!” Aaah! The routine never changes does it? Aunt Sue was demanding for beans, not the kind to eat, the kind you watched. Rowan Atkinson was at it again as Mr. Bean, and my aunt was in desperate need to watch him. She was nice; she never had any qualms with people. She wasn’t

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Slice of life
Akinyi’s Emancipation

Akinyi drummed her fingers on her desk to the sound of some old school Michael Jackson playing on her IPod. She was an hour behind her scheduled deadline; she genuinely didn’t care. Three hours worth of work was submitted to her 20 minutes earlier to be completed as per a client’s irrational demand. “I am

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Slice of life
Damaged Souls

The bell rung and the school was lit up by the sound of joyful screaming. Children dashed out from class; some heading for the school tuck shop to grab some snacks; others straight for the fields to continue with the games they were playing earlier. Maurice stayed in class; he wasn’t able to run out



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