BY BOGONKO BOSIRE She sat next to me with her legs off to the side like Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tifannyâ€™s. That wasnâ€™t normal or natural. How could she be? She was sitting next to a journalist who had condescendingly written about her. Attacked her; treated her like dog shit; called her a sex […]
[wpsocialite] WHEN IDPs came; we called them Luos; and received them home, WHEN IDPs came; we did not take them to the camp, WHEN IDPs came; we demanded nothing from their tormentors. Â Our IDPs were not camp IDPs Our IDPs were not roadside IDPs Our IDPs were not government IDPs Â One IDP cycled […]
By Dikembe Disembe [wpsocialite] Their men do everything to get to power. Their women do everything to get money. To them, males, power is everythingTo them,females, money is everything .… They have turned to the dogs! The South Coast dogs. The old white man in South Coast, Lured in black loins of young African women. […]
Shailja Patel Fri, May 10, 2013 at 12:29 PM [wpsocialite] The daughter of his herdsman, who says he impregnated her when she was between 15 and 16. The young female employee who was told on a Friday not to come in on Monday if she wasn’t ‘willing’ to spend the weekend with him. All the […]
Caroline Mutuko speaks to Eve Sisters about Relationships and tells Sisters to quit average attitude if they want to succeed. FAST FORWARD the video to the 6th minute and to watch and listen to Caroline’s warning to girls.
Daniel Owira, family members and teacher meeting President Uhuru in statehouse Nairobi [wpsocialite] By: Kahawa Tungu via http://kahawatungu.blogspot.nl The Sad Tale Of Deceit, Arrogance and Blind Fury by Daniel Owiraâ€™s Many Handlers So Daniel Owira is now famous and according to his family (especially his elder sister), he neither needs his Principal at Highway Secondary […]
Courtesy of Capita FM [wpsocialite] Indeed Kenya got a talent!, this student left President Kenyatta in stitches throughout his 15 minutes performance; our hope is that the president took seriously issues raised as the student narrated the challenges faced by the rural youth while searching for employment in the city after high school.
[wpsocialite] Finally, we got it! The full play – the banned Schackles of doom, view it here and thank the guy who uploaded itÂ in the comments section below.
via Sellinat.com 1. Many Kenyan ladies will end up singles for life because of media exposure- it is so disheartening how a lady will glue her eyes on a mobile phone from morning to night, only to raise it up to focus on television to watch another celebrity entertainment channel. Tell me, what else will […]
[wpsocialite] President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are also friends, the two seem to have great chemistry, they understand each other and from the campaign trail many can agree that they compliment each other well.The two may be from different backgrounds but they seem to get a long well, in an exclusive video […]
By: The Nairobi Senator. [wpsocialite] Mbuvi Gidion Kioko Mike Sonko ( born 27th February 1975) is a Kenyan politician who was first elected as the member of parliament of Makadara constituency on September 20th 2010 in a dramatic by-election. Right after his victory, Mike Sonko had the following to say to his constituents: â€œI will […]
Via FaceBook-Saimz Muiruri Simon– (not sure of the original author!) [wpsocialite] And the FACEBOOK drama continues….AFTER CITIZEN TV REPORTERS KUHAMIA K24 S.K MACHARIA updates, “I cant take this no more!!…..” Uhuru,Jimmy Gathu,Ruto and 1,856 others “LIKE” this… MAMA NGINA: Na bado… UHURU: @Mum,pwahahahahaha,aki Mum! You can say that again! Hatutaki Upara! BETH MUGO: @Auntie,hehehe,ati na […]
By: William Makora [wpsocialite] We, the people of the lake are with you, people of the valley. Even though we live in different homes, together, we came from the same home. If our mother and father would be alive today, we would still gather together at a fireplace and listen to those nice original tales […]
[wpsocialite] Safe actors perform the Ni Sisi play, which has now been made into a film. Photograph: Safe By: Clar Ni Chonghaile in Nairobi for the guardian.co.uk, Friday 22 February 2013 12.06 GMT Ni Sisi (It Is Us) hopes to promote change in mindset and prevent repeat of violence that occurred after 2007 election Mercy […]
By: Onyinkwa Onyakundi. John Mututho came a distant fifth at the TNA nominations exercise for Naivasha Constituency. This was puzzling because he was considered the front runner for the ticket. Just as everyone was trying to figure out what might have happened, he provided the first clue himself when he claimed to have been rigged […]
By: Onyinkwa Onyakundi.Â Â I was born and brought up at Mukuru kwa Baba and i know the settlement better than Kerubo knows people, but i have never quite understood why our village is so obsessed with this name Baba. Our all time favourite football player remains Babayaro, decades after he retired. Currently, the names that […]
By: Onyikwa Onyakundi Contrary to the ‘two horse race’ scenario that one of the candidates for Presidency has been painting, a third horse has emerged. This follows Restore and Build Kenya’s candidate Prof. James Ole Kiyiapi’s naming of Winnie Kaburu Kinyua as his running mate. This, in a move seen as calculated at eating into […]
By William Makora Some time ago, there was a bad disease in the beyond the deep-sea. The disease was believed to be blown into the land by the deep-sea winds. It was simply fatal as it left a vast trail of destructions to nature, especially, to humanity and plants. As the disease plagued the land […]