Monday, 23 October 2017

JUST GRADUATED: This's How Not to Tarmac

October - the month every fourth year University student looks forward to.  It’s a rare time when they finally get to wear those special Grim Reaper outfits and be honoured with the power to Read and Write.  Afterwards is an after-party and the much anticipation of taking over the corporate world.

Like our lecturers used to tell us, ‘we’re not training you to be reporters or cameramen/women.  We’re making editors, producers and directors out of you.’

Monday, 18 September 2017


On Aug 8th, masses of Nairobians came out to push out the Kidero mini-government and vote in the real man of the people, the man who fully understands their problems, the real hustler; Mike 'Sonko' - or so they thought.
Image: Nation.co.ke
With less than 30 days in office, the once beloved Nairobi senator; now governor, has played a Judas on the majority of people who voted him in by rendering them outcasts to the Big City.  Starting Wednesday 20th, all PSV (Public Service Vehicles) will be prohibited from accessing the CBD (Central Business District).  Entry to the CBD only belongs to guys with deep pockets, ones who drive personal cars.  A neo-kipande system it seems.

Anyone with a working mind will tell you that this is the stupidest decision ever made/proposed considering that an average PSV transports 50+ people whereas a personal car normally has one person.

Monday, 31 July 2017

ALL CLEANED UP - On & Off-Screen Photos of The Walking Dead Cast

To an outsider, such rugged looks, zombie-gore smudges, sweaty faces, blackened fingers and bad odor (I know I’m not the only one who smells it) is considered an instant turn off.
…not to a Walking Dead fan though, coz, to us, this is what makes the cast so damn sexy and irresistible.  

Sadly, these aren’t their everyday looks.

Take a look at their on and off-screen photos and let us know which's better…

MICHONNE - Danai Gurira

Monday, 17 July 2017

Why There’s NO GLITZ & GLAMOUR on Kenyan Screens

"I’ve never been a fan of Kenyan TV Shows.

There’s nothing worth watching anyway.

Naming them is easy - Tausi, Inspekta Mwala, Mali, Mother-in-law, Mashtaka, Changes, Tahidi High, Auntie Boss, How to Find a Husband

...so is listing their numerous flaws; flaws that hinder us from loving, celebrating and being loyal towards them:

Monday, 10 July 2017

One on One with the FACE behind KEITAN SAFARIS

With tens of thousands graduating from Kenyan Universities annually, the last thing these graduates expect is getting an 8-5 job that pays KSh. 10,000 per month.
That’s the reality that hit 23 year old Kevin Owino, a Tourism Management graduate from Maasai Mara University.  Popularly known as Keitan, he is the perfect motivation to look up to when exiting  white collar slavery and embracing a no-collar entrepreneurship mentality.