“Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides.-Andre Malraux. I am no saint nor am I perfect I bleed red and I love cricket The game, not the insect I am brusque, never say much But “it’s a problem I need to fix.” I have a secret I am… Continue reading That’s my Secret
The day I realised that indeed I could live and that I have a purpose for being around, I was at home. The only place I have ever known. Where the nights are cold and days are so hot. Where your house is a tent with plastic sheeting. Where I could not cover three metres… Continue reading Goodbye Dadaab: In The Shoes Of A Refugee.
Its 8:40pm and I’m in bed. Lights are out. I didn’t put them out; its a blackout. They are pretty common where I live. Which gets me thinking alot. Like why the hell do these lights go when we need them; like during the day or at night when I’m tuning in to watch the… Continue reading I Realised That …
Odds, stake, possible win; bet ID…the list of common terms in betting is endless. Betting at this time in Kenya is a common activity. To some people it’s a religion. To others it’s a job, a hobby, a profession; everything to some. With the advanced technology, betting has moved from casinos to the internet, to… Continue reading Betting and More Betting…the Kenyan Way.
Hey you! Always have something to say Look at me when I talk to you! Have you already figured out what to say next? What are the reasons you have this time? There was a heart you know You took it and put it under your sole Now you are walking back But where to?… Continue reading Save The Sorry
Did you ever skip a rope when you were young? Not the rope you buy from supermarkets and stores. Rope! Sisal ropes that go for 10 kshs. Did you ever mix water and soil and put the mixture in cans and shape out “cakes?” Did you ever cut papers and made money out of them… Continue reading Did You Enjoy Your Childhood Without Advanced Techno?