Lessons from the best Mama in the World: Mary Owino

I stayed up last night writing down all the different lessons that I have learnt from my Mama. And they are numerous. My mum was born a village girl, in a very progressive family. Both her parents had a career, granddad worked in the Railways, the biggest employer in the colonial times. My grandmother was

Electricity, Idi Amin & Mum’s Honeymoon

I walked in to the house around 3 pm, Mum looked exhausted. I asked her why she was sitting in silence, she looked tired. “Koreki chiew?”  I asked her, she looked a bit sleepy. “A-a, stima emolal,” she responded, another blackout. Curse you Kenya power! I called and was informed that it would be resolved

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