‘Behind every successful man, there's a battalion of slay queens wanakamua mfuko yake mbaya sana.' I deem myself more than qualified to state this having undergone one too many tribulations that are experienced by the proverbial boy child. 'Mamuu leo lazima nimpeleke out brathe...tumia pesa ikuzoee' I say this to Mike if just to make… Continue reading DIARY OF A KAMPO HUSTLER: KEEP OFF THE DATING SCENE IF YOU’RE BROKE
What we go through trying to survive
Do you accept yourself as you are?
Dear readers, I hope you find this inspiring.
Here I am hiding by the wall, at that corner where I can see my schoolmates passing by at slow paces. It’s home time and today I was the first to run out of class. I’m almost home, but before I can creep to our crooked boma that is surrounded by a kei apple fence, through our rusted mabati gate, the other children already catch up and hell no, I cannot let them see me getting into a shameful homestead such as this, so I hide.
It’s 5:00 pm already, I’m still hiding. When will I get home? I’ll obviously get that kawaida beating I always receive from my mum.
“Hey you!” I hear a loud and mischievous voice that scares my nerves calling. It’s Brayo, my crush. My eyes are popping, but I immediately gaze at my torn shoes, with my feet drawing the famous African map. Oh my!…
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I haven’t been this moved by a story before. It’s amazing how when odds are against you, it’s when you win.
I wouldn’t say God makes mistakes cause he doesn’t everything he is very intentional with what he does. This is my story.
I’m writing this to show you how God fights our battles once we trust him with our lives and put him first over everything. God is real I see him in everything and thus far He has truly shown me that He is in charge of my life and has greater plans ahead of me. He is ever faithful and His Grace wins every time.
My parents were not well of in that paying fees was even a problem I remember in Primary school how my sibling and I used to be sent home for fees really often but this God is too big and too good. I couldn’t afford to be in a private school at that time but my uncle had a private school in…
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What does the Africa of your dreams look like? What hopes and dreams do you have? How do you envision the future?
As an African organization serving Africans, the African Development Bank’s dream is to build today a better future for Africa tomorrow. Our goal is to unlock the potential of Africa’s youth. We envision a continent that is dynamic, prosperous and led by the visionary leadership of its largest demographic asset – the youth.
The Bank recognizes the energy, creativity and innovative thinking that many of our youth bring to the table.
Ahead of our Annual Meetings, that will be held on the theme “Accelerating Africa’s Industrialization”, in Busan, Korea, in May 2018, we have launched a writing competition for young Africans aged 20-29.
All you have to do is write an article (no longer than 1,000 words) on the Africa of your dreams, by March 26. Entries…
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We may hope to be the world to our beloved, But lest we lose our lives trying to be the world to them, It's best we remember that they have their own world and it still cannot satisfy them, We may hope to the meaning of love to people, But before we get our hearts… Continue reading NOT SATISFIED
I wasn't stalking you when I landed on what you had stated. It's probable that mine eyes were trolling your words hoping that like many times before, I would find solace in them at my darkest hour. The only difference would be that this time I wasn't accorded the pleasure of having the lamp of your… Continue reading STRONG WALLS SHAKE BUT…
Torn apart, Should I be happy that am alive when others aren't? Or is it best that whine about everything that life hasn't granted me? Torn apart, Should I smile and make the most of this moment because am with you? Or should I feel down that I had to give her up to be… Continue reading TORN APART
Hallo guys, today I choose to reblog a story that was shared by my favourite writer Mandy. It is highlighting the modern slave trade in Libya. Pls take time to watch the video till the endand help to keep the discussion alive until a solution is found. Thank you.