The closure of gate B caught Erick and his wife unawares. They had to make a plan on their next move. Fortunately, they found a building opposite the university’s main gate but the challenge was, its rent was so expensive(read The Unsung Hero. | part three). “I was supposed to pay Ksh 20,000 monthly rent but again had to pay inclusively three months before being … Continue reading The Unsung Hero. | part four
Erick was quite familiar with Narok town, thanks to his previous stay at his brother-in-law’s house. After moving to Narok( read The Unsung Hero. | part two), he was lucky enough to find a space at Maasai Mara University’s Gate B to put up his chips business. His in-law transferred the ownership of the house to him since he was travelling abroad. To his delight, … Continue reading The Unsung Hero. | part three
He wanted him to work as a waiter(Read The Unsung Hero; part one), who would later on become the manager of the resort, without pay. However, he was to take care of Erick’s needs. During the first three days, he worked as a waiter but his inexperience saw him pay for losses he made from spilling drinks. He was later on directed to take over … Continue reading The Unsung Hero. | part two
Erick Nyang’au is a household name among the Maasai Mara University students. Famed for delicacies associated with his hotel, De Twitter, nearly half of the university students frequent this joint but are oblivious of his turbulent journey into becoming one of the successful business men. From selling mahamri back in campus to becoming a resort manager in a span of two weeks and finally establishing … Continue reading The Unsung Hero. | part one
Are you a millennial? Yeah, me too How are you? How are you holding up? How are your friends, families? Are you studying or working? Are you seeing someone or in a relationship? Am I bothering you with all these questions? Of course yes ,why am I even asking? Dear netizen, I am sorry for net worthing your time with my questions but you have … Continue reading Can we stop shouting!
When I was in form four, a teacher told me how I was good for nothing, just wasting my parent’s money in school and will not even make it to the university. Reason, I was busy reading a newspaper while others are studying hard. More worse he found me while flipping over to a page that contained images of ladies used to advertise fashion, he … Continue reading Fate of the boy child.
If you have nothing to do, please don’t come to Nairobi, a city where there are no jobs. Just stay and work in the village gardens where you can find some semblance of normalcy and peaceful life than living in constant danger of being attacked by a robber. In this city, life is hard. Every spontaneous event is a crisis, there is no financial safety … Continue reading In Nairobi you’ll be robbed ‘under the sun.’
Benjamin Kamar also called DJ Pumice isn’t your ordinary type of comrade! His life is a cocktail of passion, hard work and discipline. Studying journalism at Maasai Mara University and being a DJ at the same time is what he does with his life the best. You’ll be forgiven to think that being a DJ is a waste of time because the gentleman knows where … Continue reading A student and deejay; how Dj Pumice manages his passion & career.
Folks are obsessed with her voice, actually, many wonder who she is! Is she a white person of European descent or a Kenyan with mixed origin maybe!!? Cate Sidede of kiss 100 FM mid-morning show rubbishes the claims and tells me. “No I’m 100% Kenyan.” She does admit to the golden voice she dishes out in her popular show adding that its God’s gift to … Continue reading Up-close and candid with Kiss 100 FM host Cate Sidede.
once a comrade,always a comrade! Anyone lucky enough to have associated with the university system is most likely to be aware of what quagmire it can be to be called a comrade. once you join the comrades family, you morph into a certain character depending on how you were brought up, who sleeps next to you in the hostel and the amount of HELB you … Continue reading Lecture room.