It is amazing isn’t it, when men blame women for all their woes. Take for instance, Martin Njaga who tried a bit of that in a not-so-subtly written piece last week titled How to Catch a Cheating Woman. Kariuki Karanga had already tried another on his piece titled Women and the Elders of the Burning Spear a week earlier. Guess what, this week Clifford Oluoch steps in with Female Pirates on MV Nyumbani. Got to say though, his little act of self-preservation is only rivalled by Jack Sparrow’s in the Pirates of the Carribean Series. Not again, dear, once was enough.
Otero, a relentless and progressive minded WMD has overseen some of the worst crisis in the house – the most epic one being The Ngothagate Scandal which took place one morning when I woke up to find all my briefs missing – no underwear, no vest, no socks. I immediately thought of the renovations going on at the museum and that the curator must have been looking for something more authentic than Tarzan’s one piece wonder – the G-string! Read more here…
We get rather furious, when Linet Njeri helps us understand just what in the world our politicians are cooking up in Parliament in the Open Letter from Parliament to Kenyans.
Karanga Kariuki has abandoned his attacks on Women and gotten on a jetplane to Nigeria. He has watched 200+ plus Nollywood products and has quite a bit to say about why Kenyans should be watching them, too. Here goes Nigerian Films…
Juliet Maruru should stop walking home at night. Here is one reason.
Last Week’s Storymoja Story of the Week was by Machahi John Joel and titled Son of My Father. Have a look at it at www.storymojaafrica.co.ke Brilliant Writing!
Look out for this week’s story of the week Goodbye by Raymond Bett
Politicians are people who, when they see light at the end of the tunnel, go out and buy some more tunnel. ~John Quinton