Unmasking the Blacksmith

The blacksmith left for the city years back, And promised never to look back, But before we could forget, he was back, With his lots of goodies filled his backpack, Now promising jobs and upgrade to those he left back, Blacksmith needs prison time   News spread quite quickly That the blacksmith is giving back Read More…

Kenya’s Healthcare Rethink

Today, I would share some of my personal thoughts on the state of our health sector in the country and relate to some of my personal experiences both in-country and abroad. I say it’s critical that we as a country think about a better design for our health systems. When COVID started, we had time Read More…

The Microwave Generation (Part 1)

“♪♪♪♪♪ Ooh Mwambie … Aje..Aje! Aje na rafiki zake…..Aje!♪♪♪♪♪” so life seems good especially when listening to such music in my new “moti” Toyota Passo…hehehe…lesser fuel consumption machine…eeh..a few coins accumulated over my probation period only to be paid after my confirmation. Yes, I am now driving…and you know what… from the new rental place that I moved Read More…

The Jesus Industry

Research says there are 700 million evangelical churches around the world growing rapidly. This means looking at your hood, close to 3 or 4 churches with blasting music and Friday keshas within 1 km perimeter from your house! In the name of the father, the Disciples of Christ are not just here to spread the Read More…

Money and Lifestyle

Money supports the lifestyle we have but our lifestyle can never support the money we get. Let me start today by saying that money is not everything, money is the only thing.  You might wonder why I say this now while in other forums I say make just enough for you and family. Do not Read More…

Tano Tena

Today, allow me to go political, a few months ago “we” passed a bill to add ourselves taxes then we were angry, increasing taxes was to save Kenyans from falling into a debt abyss. So let me begin with an Italian proverb “The forest was shrinking but the trees kept voting for the axe as Read More…

Emotional Intelligence | Managers Guide

Now we all know that the skills that managers and employees need to thrive in any business environment would include clearly communicating with each other and discussing topics openly, listening to the issues that are expressed by other parties, being able to effectively manage conflict, and inspiring each other to operate at a higher level. Read More…

Private Developer

It’s All In The Action! I recently arrived from Kisii County in a political style this Njaa-nuary with goodies, needless to say Bananas. This significant event makes my wife think am now a Private Developer. Anyway! As we say, an apple does not fall far from the tree…the twenty plus years of my life have Read More…