Month

November 2018

Poverty, a sibling of early pregnancy among teens

These frantic and highly militarized exams have revealed the rot and impunity masked by this education system that overemphasizes good grades over holistic development of the child. The media and other stake holders have put us through a circus with… Continue Reading →

The Machiavellian

I had made up my mind to sit out the political conundrum ensuing this nation after the botched revolution. But you see, once you cast the ballot, democracy becomes another thing bigger than you. Because you come to understand the… Continue Reading →

Stamped Stump

I had run into him more than a million times, a perfect stranger who we probably shared a seat in a matatu. We ply the same route home, a route run by a cavalier of savage and sarcastic touts who… Continue Reading →

Breathe…

What’s your greatest fear? What makes you shudder? The things that make you feel weak inside just thinking about them. Everyone has a fear, or the greatest fear. My greatest fear is never being the best version of myself. Others… Continue Reading →

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