THE FEEL GOOD FACTOR

Originally posted on afcstuff:
Graft that contains joy rarely feels like a task at all. Watching Arsenal the last few years, moments of everlasting craftsmanship have been a mainstay, albeit reduced in frequency. That said, bubbling beneath the surface, ready to catastrophically erupt at any given moment was an inexorable toxicity. It plagued the fans, corrupted the players, and in-spite of the grace Le Professeur… Continue reading THE FEEL GOOD FACTOR

LOYALTY

  LOYALTY is a celebration of diversity. The +254 got its own DJ Khaleed. The album boasts of lyrical firepower ranging from household wordsmiths such as Khaligraph Jones, Kayvo K Force and H_Art The Band to the bubbling under such as Tunji, Shukid, Shamir and Ace Tha Don. Now what sets apart Zj Heno from Khaleed is the ability to shine the spotlight on the … Continue reading LOYALTY

Electionphobia4: “The Law is very clear…”

This past weekend, I sat down with a law school class mate and close friend of mine, Hawi Alot and we had a rather productive discussion over a few drinks about the political and constitutional issues facing us as we approach the elections tomorrow. We figured that if the experts on TV can do it, so can we, right? Read on below. Who knows, maybe … Continue reading Electionphobia4: “The Law is very clear…”

Noises

Originally posted on Beautiful thoughts:
Too many loud noises right now. Religious noise, trying to capture ‘stray sheep’. Too much political noise, luring the simple minded followers ,to the same endless pit of lies. Too many social voices, shouting ”equality!” shouting ”poverty!” But still in those that are good, inside lay wolves, feeding on the little shreds of hope. Deep down am dying, there is… Continue reading Noises

Electionphobia 2: Through a Mirror Darkly

Originally posted on Cabbages & Kings:
On Saturday Morning, I woke up to news that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission had announced the official results of the Presidential elections, and that the Kenya Presidential Elections of 2017 were therefore, for all intents and purposes, concluded. I didn’t bother asking who had won because, like many others, I had sensed earlier on how things would… Continue reading Electionphobia 2: Through a Mirror Darkly