So those of you who have friends in the ATP class of 2015 in their social media timelines are well aware that the Bar Exam results were released last Thursday. I was waiting for those results with some level of arrogance. I was confident I would ace them. After all, I had out-foxed those professors […]Continue Reading... 31 Comments.
Friendship is a fluid concept. Most do not last for life. There are many reasons for that. Sometimes you just drift apart. Maybe you were in college together and became good buddies. You ate chicken together somewhere on Moi Avenue when the semester was beginning and HELB had made you rich.Towards the end of the […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Yesterday I left the office later than ordinary. Usually, when I leave the office early I alight at Safaricom Headquarters and stroll down to Westlands. I find that walk therapeutic. It helps me stretch my muscles after close to 11 hours of sitting at my desk. It also helps me to unwind, unclogging my mind […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
The other day I was going for an out of office assignment so my boss got a taxi for me. When I got into the taxi, I introduced myself in Kiswahili. To strangers, I introduce myself as ‘Edward’ for the simple reason that people find my surname difficult. I often have to repeat it over […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
On Saturday I had two events to attend. First I had been invited to a student’s event by the University of Nairobi School of Law Christian Union. The meeting was at the national museum. I was also to lead a meeting of some of my friends who I schooled with at the same school until […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Hi folks. Is it just me or has insecurity and general suspicion killed the African benevolence that most of us have been brought up with? You see, where I was brought up, somewhere in a small village in Tharaka Nithi, a stranger would casually walk up to my grandmother’s house and ask for water. My […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.