#NuNairobi, a term that emerged in 2016 has sparked more debate than answers. Attempts by proponents to explain what it means leaves more inconsistencies and disconnects than answers. This article seeks to question and position this debate on a divergent tangent, highlighting some unseen perspectives and foresights. Indulge responsibly.
11 March 2016, I received a friend request on Facebook from a face that I could barely recognize. But that friend request was followed by a small, naive and innocent […]
After years of soul searching, boredom, panic, hysteria and sometimes, depression, I, together with some other like minds, have brought to the fore our informal community based learning program , […]
every day struggle, to live above hate and revenge for those that rape unsuspecting Africa to steer clear of religious dogma to not fuel another war to live a decent, honest life, […]
Days like today,I want to hide somewhere and make soup in a cup. Then the soup fills and grows into a pot, the pot spills onto a standby basin, the […]
IF I were Lupita Nyong’o I would reopen the Kenya National Theatre (KNT) Alongside Uhuru Kenyatta And spend time, validating the dreams, Breeding out of this space. If I were […]
Its Easter Monday and we are ending a 3-day festival at Kinondo Poa, some cottage place along Galu Beach. With me on this table is Ayub Ogada, a great Kenyan […]