Being a man in Kenya is hard. Ugandans probably have it harder seeing as to how their president is always dressed like a one-man-guitar Mugithi musician and has a penchant for directing his security agents to pummel the nether regions of anyone who talks and/or writes smack about him. Tanzanians have it even worse. Their…Read More Plot 10 Chronicles
My life is a bit dull at the moment. I don’t go to bars and night clubs anymore, and when I do, I don’t spend more than 100 minutes in there. 100 minutes is enough to watch a game of rugby or football, finish whatever I was drinking and leave before everyone gets drunk and…Read More Where Did The Good Side Chicks Go?
By Paul Kitoto “Tears of despondency cascaded down my chubby cheeks as I marched to the frog’s kingdom as fast as my tiny mosquito legs could carry me.” None of us had lean cheeks. It was never a bathroom or an ablution. It had to be the frog’s kingdom. And what better way to get…Read More Banging Copy; Why We Write
Eric Winston Wisdom Corner was the complete opposite of its name. First of all, it wasn’t at a corner. It was by the roadside. You took the road and went straight without making a bend, until you reached the end of civilization. Then you knew you had reached Wisdom Corner. But it was never at…Read More Janet Cried
Paul Kitoto There’s this time in high school I got bitch-slapped by the teacher. My brain had decided to take a commercial break during a Maths lesson. I couldn’t answer a question so simple a kindergarten kid wouldn’t need to think through it. Until that moment, I didn’t understand what people meant when they said…Read More No One Deserves A Slap