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 […]

#Dorphanage: Kings And Queens

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14:50 p.m. My arrival at this other side of town. Braeburn, precisely. Austin Room was half full already. Fuse was on stage making people snap at his metaphors and wordplay as Checkmate accompanied him drumming. “I welcome you to a new age: the Dorphanage.” Fuse concluded as Dorphanage took the stage and commenced with “Mkenya” […]