An Illiterate Elite

Lavenda Amunga It is high time the campus student retrieves his primary school notes from whatever pit he must have buried them and review the major cause of the killer disease HIV/AIDS. Quite unfortunate is the fact that this elite group are the ones engaging in unprotected inappropriate sex every single day, not petrified by the number of sexual partners they have. All this sprouts … Continue reading An Illiterate Elite

​And my mind, like the tea in my mug, won’t remember that you were here.

Collins Osanya In loving memory of the lips I never got to kiss, the eyes that never brought tears to mine, the meetings in the dark we never had and the glass smooth fingers that never clung to mine in a subtle fit of something near love, something nearing a platonic intimacy, I shall not, my dear love, mourn you in a bar. I shall … Continue reading ​And my mind, like the tea in my mug, won’t remember that you were here.

​Flash back Friday : when a laptop and a smart phone earned you a fresher. 

It’s the chomoka na fresher period of the year. Second years are feeling too hot to just cool their heels in their rooms and peruse pages of the Old Testament in attempt of learning something from the story of Joseph who run away from the thighs of that Egyptian Queen, as expected by their mothers in ushirika and fellowship. Instead, they (including chicks in second … Continue reading ​Flash back Friday : when a laptop and a smart phone earned you a fresher.