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Friday, November 22, 2019

“Don’t Ever Move To a Woman’s House.” 8 Lessons Men Should Learn From Mithika...

By Silas Nyanchwani Make sure every single property you own is in your name. For next of kin, elect your parents or brother. If...

At what point do Africans in America lose touch with reality about their home...

By Silas Nyanchwani Africans living in the United States can be a tad boring and exasperating when talking to their relations back in Africa. There...

Why I Love My Mother

By Nancy Cherotich I love my mother. I have always loved her. However, the day I gave birth, our love of love and connection went...

My First 42: What I am Craving

By Nancy Cherotich One of the most frequently asked question when I meet people and they realize that the bulge I have is not just...

My First 42: Though Shall Colic Stay Away

I started shopping as early as I could when I got pregnant with my first born. I could not help myself. I sometimes woke...

Mohamed Juma Njuguna Had No Equals, He Was Unique. May His Soul Rest in...

By Mukurima Muriuki I was fond of Dr. Robert John Ouko who served as a minister for foreign affairs in Moi’s government. When he was...

Lessons From Ethiopian Airlines On Using Social Media to Manage a Crisis

By Tito Mwangi A few months  ago, a quiet Sunday morning changed when a tweet from Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s came in shattering all...

My First 42: Anxiety Sets In

I am exhausted. Every day I keep looking out for signs that I am in labor. I still have some more time before my...

The lonely and at times pitiable lives of Africans in Diaspora

By Silas Nyanchwani A Ugandan friend currently studying in an exclusively White college in the North East of the United States wrote me a long...

The Deliberate and Witting Sanitization of the Assassination of Tom Mboya.

By Washington Osiro They say that “history is written by the victors” and this past July 5 was no different. This month marks forty-nine years since...