Get To Know Mufasa

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• How can you describe yourself in a summarized manner? A performing artist, a passionate being and a complicated young man. • When did you pen your first independent piece (poem or story – apart from school work)? 4 years back… I was going through stuff and I used to lock myself in the house […]

My Kenyaness by @Laura_Ekumbo

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I grew up on the compound of a private British curriculum school (cue the judgmental assumptions). Both my father and mother are teachers, thus my education, or at least the certifiable recognition of it, is important. My historical education was skewed, limited, and severely lacking in complete truth. I mean fine, I hated History class […]

Categorizing Kenyan Rain

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In Britain, or wherever English came from, it rains cats an dogs. my english teacher had a hard time explaining the phrase to me. She must have been relieved when I finally pretended I understood. There were many other other English phrases, sayings and idioms I had issues with, like, “head over heels”…I mean the […]