Collins Osanya Let’s observe a moment of silence in honour of Chris Msando. Let us worship at his feet of unshakeable integrity, independence and professionalism. That aside, thumbs up to all comrades who registered to vote on Tuesday the 8th. You, my friends, are better than adults who have failed us, who have let kleptocratic regimes mutate into subtle tyranny that is turning our nation … Continue reading Friends and folks, now is the time for us to be comrades!
Lavenda Amunga One thing I know is that there are lecturers who be it through osmosis or diffusion, will not walk the angelic streets that lead to the man upstairs. Kwanza I’ve heard that most of today’s lecturers like to ‘kula vithuu’ as my cheeky friend would call it. The wrath that awaits them… Takes me back to three years ago when I was this … Continue reading Lectures who like to ‘kula vithuu’ will not go to heaven, period!
Collins Osanya That there’s no longer keenness and scholarly sense in university education is no news. It’s also not news that key among the fuels driving former high school students through the university system of education is a burgeoning sexual appetite. Yaani! Comrades are competing rabbits in having sex. Sex (to us), like farting or yawning, has become an impulse action to be actively acted … Continue reading Now comrades are having sex like rabbits…
Collins Osanya 2017 is here. And from my bag of words is this insight on ten ways you commit suicide in campus. Fail to sheath it. Sex isn’t bad. In fact, it’s medicinal according to those people who do research. They say it reduces depression and makes one feel better. However, if the prevalence of unplanned for babies and shameless STI’s is something to go … Continue reading Ten ways you commit suicide in campus
Amunga Lavenda With the christmas eve fast approaching, it is quite unfortunate that every Tom, Dick and Harry will have an almost similar way of handling this occasion. Luckily, thanks to this creative bubbly being, you need not worry anymore for I am about to do away with the repetitious boring methods. My theme this year involves touching a needy heart. So what then? 1. … Continue reading 3 tips on making Christmas work this year
Amunga Lavenda Indeed, I’ve seen better days! This was surely not one of them. I had barely had a shut eye the previous night, skimming through my notes, trying to get a glimpse of what the lecturer had been preaching about the whole semester. Apparently, his paper was at 8a.m the next day- i hadn’t a clue of what the timetable looked like. Studying my … Continue reading Lecturers’ revenge