Tag: Wakimuyu

Wakora

I’m writing this on a Tuesday afternoon at Java Kimathi. I’m upstairs overlooking Kosewe’s. My ears are full to the brim with a cocktail of the hooting of
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Thirty Bob

I am doing a story series called Nairobi Love, documenting the trauma we go through in relationships and how we try to heal. This is the second story
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Desire

Gloria Gloria was innocent, or at least that’s what she showed the world, but in her mind she was in her partying years. Twenty-three, feisty, with a beautiful
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Eggs

David Ogilvy says when you think well, you write well. I haven’t been thinking very well lately so this piece might be all over the place. I thought
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Gratitude

Update Whenever we meet, she always has a book with her. The first time we met was at News Café, Sarit. She was wearing all black, beside her
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