September 22, 2019

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Being a vegan in Nairobi is not exactly a good thing if you enjoy eating out. In recent days some restaurants here and there have decide to acknowledge our existence or at least care enough about vegetarians and we get to ride on that. Whenever I go out, I end up eating fries or rice and veggies. Don’t get...
Ezekiel Mutua should tell us on whose behalf he is acting. Let’s be honest this guy must be pushing someone’s agenda. He is a hired gun. Please indulge me as I explain myself. Let’s start with the stakeholder’s meeting. Ezekiel Mutua did not invite all the creatives for the forum. We invited each other via social media. Until the day before...
The whole Nairobi nightlife business has never been my thing. Not from a point of the glass houses and throwing rocks, but from I tried and it’s still not my thing point. I never ever pictured myself drinking alcohol. I didn’t even want to try it. Then at 22, I was going through some tough times and I tried it....
When I was around 8 years old my mother called me useless. That is a burden I have carried with me for the past 17 years. Working harder and harder each day to prove her wrong. In school, in church, in everything really going the extra mile with every step. That statement really hit me hard. Unfortunately she has...
It was around 9pm at Odeon, Tuesday last week when a cheap river road movie scene unfolded before my eyes. It was after watching the movie Antman, which if you haven’t watched, you should plan to. If you have ever been in town when kanjo decides to deal with hawkers, I’m sure you have experienced how crazy it can...
I have listened to a million and one poems talking about make-up like it's a demon that has possessed women and we can't live without it. I have heard numerous times people saying how much they love ladies who are all natural from head to toe.  I have witnessed same people drool over Vera Sidika saying how she can...
I have walked into town late in the night more than once from the office. The first spot is always just before the entrance to central park on Kenyatta Avenue. It’s always a young girl, probably 5 or 6 years old. Her mother, guardian or boss is usually seated on one of the kanjo benches, somewhere in the dark...

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