Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • Betrayal at the Altar-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on March 31, 2017 by Maroncha Edward in Fiction.

    Celestine sits, numb.  The cup of coffee has now grown cold, yet it has hardly been tasted. Her hands are trembling. So she pulls the shawl around herself. She is still wearing the black chiffon dress she had worn to the airport. She puts the cup of coffee on the glass table and stretches herself […]

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  • Admission Euphoria-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on March 24, 2017 by Maroncha Edward in Lifestyle.

    I roll over in bed. 5 am. This is my usual waking up time. But today I am not going to the office, so I have an extra one hour to sleep. I roll over and fall asleep again. The alarm wakes me up at 6 am. I go to the bathroom. A quick shower. […]

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  • Becoming an Advocate By Onyango

    Posted on March 22, 2017 by Maroncha Edward in Guest posts, Lifestyle.

    (Yesterday we took our oaths as Advocates of the High Court of Kenya. One of my colleagues, who insists that he should be known only as Onyango, has decided to document his story. Everyone has a story. Some lost weight in Law School. Others lost hair (hehehe). But today we are listening to Onyango’s tale. […]

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  • Because Relationships Matter-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on March 17, 2017 by Maroncha Edward in Fiction, Lifestyle.

    Last December, one of my aunts passed away. I was asked to write a tribute, but I initially declined. My reason was simple: I barely knew her. I had last seen her in 2002. And in 2002, I was a shy 12 year old boy who had just discovered that mentioning adults’ names was not […]

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  • The Alpha Female II-By Edward Maroncha

    Posted on March 10, 2017 by Maroncha Edward in Fiction, Lifestyle.

    (Continued from The Alpha Female) “Hello Tom” Jane says. Tom picks after the second ring. “Hi Jane” Tom’s voice does not betray any emotion. Jane takes a deep breath. “I am just calling to say I am sorry for bursting out earlier.” Pause.  The momentary silence is perhaps the only indication that Tom was hurt. […]

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  • Origin of the Rot- by Edward Maroncha

    Posted on March 3, 2017 by Maroncha Edward in Fiction, Lifestyle.

    Mutiso is frustrated. He has tried to call the Cabinet Secretary to no avail. The CS for Vehicles and Trains, Mohammed Abdulahi, is known to have the President’s ear. And Mutiso needs him now to persuade the President to change his mind. There has to be a way out of this mess that does not […]

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