What is the hope of our country? What are we looking forward to? What is to look forward to?
Above are some of the questions that I have been asking myself. School teachers are on strike, Ministers of Parliament are advocating for higher pay rises, nearly 100 Kenyans have lost their lives in the Tana [...]
Heya populate! I am officially a city baptist! I just viewed a movie in IMAX for the first time! Woot-Woot! I fill… born again! OK, I might have just exaggerated a tad bit there My lovely sister and I went to watch The Dark Knight Rises at the 6:00pm showing at 20th Century Cinemas, and it was [...]
12 minutes and one impatient loud woman later, the City Bus had filled to capacity with passengers eager to go to specified places, as shouted by the Bus Conductor. I immediately started taking some notes. Mr. Kimeu doesn’t sit while on the City Bus. No! This is because if he does, he will have to [...]
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.
I’m a City Changer is a global movement to share and spread individual, corporate and public initiatives that advance our cities.
I’m a City Changer is a worldwide campaign with the aim of sensitizing and creating awareness among citizens on urban issues to achieve better cities.
It is promoted by UN-Habitat, the city agency [...]