Today morning, I walked the infamous ‘Walk of Shame’. That Walk of Shame from an estranged house to my house. In a black night-dress and black thick socks, I jaunted on what seemed the longest stretch to my house. I pulled my grey hat to my nose so that the men & women who were [...]
This morning, I had a very beautiful and straight to the point conversation with my friend, Sonja. We have so much in common in regard to education and what we would like from the education sector. Like me, she has been pursuing a course that she is not very in like with. I have been [...]
Meet the preacher on my City Bus, Mr. Kimeu. He wakes up at 5:00am, wears his green shiny suit, takes some black tea and tells his wife that he is off to work. He walks from his tin house in the outskirts of Nairobi to the General Post Office bus stop where his day begins.