Je Suis Paris

It’s been a sad week, mourning for the departed souls in the attacks in Paris. It’s also been a very disappointing week; some of the mixed reactions to these attacks have been greedy. Yes. GREEDY! Just this year, Kenya lost 147 young souls in the Garissa University massacre, and even though the reactions from world…

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DRIVING LESSONS…

Originally posted on inmyshadowblog:
It was more than exciting to go for driving lessons… I could only envision myself on the road with one hand on the steering wheel and speeding like crazy! I thought I would be like those matatu drivers by the end of the 10 days I took classes… So one of…

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Free Publicity – Njoki Chege

If there’s one lady that got ‘balls’ then it would be Njoki Chege. This lady has been on everyone’s lips, and not just ’cause she sexy or something like that (btw, she ain’t that pretty) but cz she was stupid enough to step on some people’s toes. And this time, on some very big toes!…

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Audi Started An Ad War; BMW Took it Everywhere; Bentley Put An End

This is the kind of war we need to be fighting. But hats off to Bentley, there’s no comeback to that. via Audi Started An Ad War; BMW Took it Everywhere; Bentley Put An End. And locally, we seem to have started a similar war… Photo credits: Ghafla Kenya

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Blogging. Just How to Do It. Responsibly.

I guess this is my fourth or fifth year (not quite sure) as a blogger and the experience is just amaaazing. Having sleepless nights at times pondering on my next post is something I have gotten accustomed to. I may not define myself as a professional blogger, as mine is out of passion and love…

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Broken Ryhme XI

It’s in the public knowledge my great love for poetry and spoken word; composing some pieces at my own free time. Y’all remember June right? I did a post about her some months back, a barista residing in my hometown in Embu. Well, she came up with a monthly event to showcase the best of poetry,…

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United 4 Talent – The New Voice of the Young People

It never occurred, in my wildest dreams, that a voice would rise up and speak for all of us, too feeble to speak. United 4 Talent, a group of young people comprising of dancers, poets, musical artists and artisans, held a very successful protest to bring to the attention of the County Government some issues…

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RYLA 3D: Dream. Define. Do

Excitement has been building up for the last few weeks in the Rotaract world, for one of the biggest (after District Convention & Assembly) Rotaract events in the calender – RYLA, which stands for Rotary Youth Leadership Awards. What’s RYLA? The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is an intensive leadership training program aimed at providing an…

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#WhyIJoinedRotaract – Rotaractors Share

I engaged my fellow Rotaractors on why they joined Rotaract. Here are some of the tweets in a never ending conversation. Engage them on twitter and Facebook through the hastags #WhyIJoinedRotaract #WhyJoinRotaract #WhyIStayedinRotaract

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My 500th Post!

So, I have just published my 500th post. WOW! I thank you my loyal followers and readers for always inspiring me to write something. Keep on reading, we gonna hit 1000th post soon….

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“No More!” Embu Youth Rises to Demand their Rights

It’s rather sad that we have to sit down and pen down this discussion in this day and age. Far less developed states don’t even have time for such talk, leave alone thinking about it. LOCAL CONTENT AIRPLAY & SUPPORT. Kenya has been gripping with this problem for so long that it’s becoming a little…

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The Rotaract Clubs in Kenya: Join One!

You would ask what Rotaract is? Rotaract is a club for adults ages 18-30 that meets twice a month (or weekly) to exchange ideas, plan activities and projects, and socialize. While Rotary clubs serve as sponsors, Rotaract clubs decide how to organize and run their club and what projects and activities to carry out.

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This Guy Muto – New Corporate Look

This year I’ll be celebrating my sixth year since I started blogging and three years of active blogging. It’s been a slow journey but a great learning experience. Over the years, I have picked up skills and ideas on how to make this blog better and richer for all people seeking information. And more so,…

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Brick House Concepts – The Future of Art

I must confess, I have never been a huge fan of art but I always appreciate fine art and creativity when I see it. This young lad is one artist I bow to, for his insane creativity to come with some really fine art pieces. I got to learn of his art through a buddy…

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Recapp: Some Fresh Breath in Gospel Music

I admit that I have been slaggish in updating myself with the latest music especially in the Gospel industry but WOW! I have truly missed it. One particular song totally wowed me, Five Stones by newcomers into the Gospel music scene, Recapp featuring Riggah. Recapp, mmh… it makes sense now. My buddy Arap Cris mentioned…

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Carol: Beauty Beyond Words…

In my line of work and interest, I get to meet a lot of people and this one person really fascinated me. First of all, she truly endowed with immense beauty, what my kinsmen like to call “beauty of a true African lady”.. I present Carol. We’ve been friends for many years and through out…

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Sauti Sol: Getting Africa to Shake… Again!

This all-boy band isn’t resting at all. At the stroke of midnight, they premiered their new video “Shake Your Bam Bam” written and produced by Sauti Sol, directed by video genius Clarence Peters and co-composed by Awilo Longomba. With such a combination, you’d definitely expect a huge hit. I’ve been privileged to be among the…

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Mollis – How Low we’ve Really Sunk

I’ve been silent for a while on the social media front, owing to increased pressure in my workplace but I’ve kept myself appraised on the latest happenings. Mollis! Mmmh! Well, I’m exasperated by the kind of support this story has been getting over past couple of days considering the inhumane acts behind it. It took…

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You’ll Be Okay

Lately, I’m getting all poetic… Here’s another one The ground shook beneath me, As my body trembled in great dread, At that moment, The wall came crumbling down on me, With the full of force of earth’s gravity! Beneath the heavy rumble, I gasped… and gasped And gasped… But no air! My body begins to…

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From The Storm

It’s been a while since I posted something here, and more so, a poem. This poem basically explains what I’ve been going through the past few months and the great progress am making. I gait through this path, Squirming in pain That seems to have taken captive of my friable heart. It’s been days and…

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Best Way to Spend #ObamaWeekend

So POTUS has been around all weekend, so meaning restricted movement within the city especially the CBD. So on Friday afternoon, all bored in the office, decided to pack up and head on to my great hometown of Embu to spend the Obama weekend with La Familia. So entire Saturday afternoon, I hanged out with…

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