Letter To Professor Doctor (MSC. MBA. YOLO) Public University Lecturer

March 21, 2017

Dear Lecturer, I can’t quite remember how you look like because I have only seen you twice; once when you made a 10-minute technical appearance in class when we first reported to school, and the other time you were on TV,with your fellow learned colleagues, bellowing ‘Solidarity Forever’ chants, demanding that the government addresses your grievances. […]

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6 Annoying Habits We Need To Quit Yesterday

January 16, 2017

Human beings can show you things. You might just be minding your own business, living your life, poking your nose and sleeping like a panda, but people will still come trying you. They will be poking you, exhausting every ounce of the patience and grace you’ve saved up for rainy days in your relationship. Prodding […]

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I Shit Myself At A Graduation Party. Shit.

January 9, 2017

I was recently invited to a friend’s graduation party. Technically, it was my Dad’s friend’s second-born daughter’s party, but that is a mouthful I was thinking I could spare you. Still. I went as part of my Dad’s plus two, (if there’s anything like that) and because I never shy away from free food. So, […]

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Kabura Queue

Queuing For The Government: Farts, Killer Looks and Everything In Between

November 7, 2016

Some days you write. Some days you let other gifted weird writers amuse you. Gang, enjoy this piece by Writer Dog. Don’t you think it’s funny how friendship is born at that moment when someone says to another: “What! You too? I thought I was the only one.” That’s how The Writer Dog ventured his […]

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A Day In The Village Is Worth 10 In Nairobi

October 26, 2016

It’s 10.42pm and everyone in the house is deep in slumber.  Village folk sleep early, except the special few, whose careers involve running around naked in the dead of the night, knocking on people’s windows, and depositing stinky shit on their doors, sometimes even smearing it on walls. I’ve heard the strangest of stories about […]

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A Game Of Gropes:The Woes Of Using Public Transport In Nairobi

October 24, 2016

Sometimes, when I am ‘javellin-ing’ in a bus, I imagine that I am Daenerys Targaryen, the Khaleesi. The Mother of Dragons, The Unburnt Queen of the Andals, the Rhoyna and of the First Men, Queen of Meereen, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea. I imagine that I am this Breaker of Chains, just without the […]

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