HAPPY MOTHERS DAY

Mother, To me you are not just a woman, You are not just my female parent, You are not just a creature, I lack a perfect definition of you ! Mother, You are my inspiration, You are the woman in my journey, You have showed me the way to and not to go, You showed... Continue Reading →

The Son Of Lucy

Part 2 Continued from The Son of Lucy part 1…. Read Part One The journey to freedom got worse for Mr Lucy after joining Form 1. By the fact that he was Lucy some boys thought he was not a man enough. By the time he was joining form one, he was very careful, neat... Continue Reading →

The Son Of Lucy

Part 1 One year ago, on a sunny bright Wednesday afternoon; Omondi, Kamau and Mr Lucy out of coincidence sat closely in a lecture room waiting for a lecture to begin. One interesting aspect of the three young men is that they have fewer similarities compared to their differences which are enough to cause World... Continue Reading →

#NoCaseToAnswer

Victims’ lawyer Wilfred Nderitu has said that the decision by the trial chambers should be respected because the process began six years ago. Six years is not a long duration because I can clearly recall what happened 9 years ago in 2007/2008 Post Elections Violence. Back then, I was a young curious boy who had... Continue Reading →

#TeamMafisi

Last year somebody called me a ‘saved fisi’ after noticing I was becoming an epitome of praise in his baibes mouth. As if that was not enough, last month some people nicknamed me ‘Mr. Chair’ not of anything honorable but of Team Mafisi. The awkward title happened after I and a certain brother fitted so... Continue Reading →

#ChastityCampaign

As the CU chairman introduced the speaker and the topic of the day, it felt like he was reading our crimes and kindly asking the Speaker to prosecute us. As Chastity Campaign was been launched, the church changed into a courtroom. Some brethren changed into suspects, others into witnesses and others into concerned parties who... Continue Reading →

2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,500 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to... Continue Reading →

UNCONDITIONAL LOVE

Last night around 10:30pm, I received this story on WhatsApp: “A very poor man lived with his wife whose hair was so long that it touched the waist. One day the wife asked her husband to buy her a comb for her long hair so that it can continue to grow well and to be... Continue Reading →

THE KENYAN CHURCH

Part 2: Do Christians Have Voice in Kenya? “The dog will be buried!” barked out Pastor John escorting the old man out of his office. Pastor John was the senior pastor of Methodist Church in Florida back in 1986. The old man’s dear dog had given up the ghost. He was so attached to that... Continue Reading →

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