Tag Archives: Kenyatta University

The Last Leg

Post Views = 696Exiting the camp. This piece was supposed to appear yesterday. Before you emblazon lazy-ass on my face, hear me out first. The kind of church I go does not allow me to do much on Saturday, except resting. Normally, I would go to Lavington SDA church for the morning session. In the afternoon, we would be driving …

Read More »

Day 4 in KU: Going foreign

Post Views = 704KISSING THE ASS Today I feel withdrawn and tired. Waking up is like an uphill task. My mind feels overloaded and heavy like sledgehammer hanging by my forehead. I wish I had no obligations today…I tell myself. The time on my phone is 6.23am, two minutes to the alarm. I can hear Vincent singing to some hip …

Read More »

Day 3: God must be a woman

Post Views = 914 GOD MUST BE A WOMAN I am tucked at the back left seat of our car, like a small baby being driven to school. At the driver’s seat, Ceasar (cousin) and Collo (friend) is the co-driver. I have all the back seat for myself. Ceasar and Collo chat all the way through in low tones and …

Read More »

Diary of a lost Casanova, Day 2- KU bugs

Post Views = 1346Disclaimer! This blog highly respects its readers. It appreciates them and would do anything to ensure they know that. The views presented here may not be true words of what goes on in the mind of the writer. At times they’re thoughts that excite people. I will not dwell much on what went on in the classrooms …

Read More »

Day 1 one in the system

Post Views = 1244Last Sunday, I went to Kenyatta University to attend the much politicized Ajira Digital Programme training. With me were a hundreds of other youths who had come to drink from the government udder. Over the week I stayed in KU, I was able to observe one thing or another as I interacted with other trainees. To this …

Read More »