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I need to kiss you so badly. One of those kisses where I'm pressing against you as much as possible and my hands are gently rubbing your scalp and moving down your back, clutching to you in any way I possibly can as I kiss you as deeply as possible a… read

Obama’s visit to Kenya and interesting facts about his sister Auma Obama

Mzurii - 16/Jul/2018

Barack Obama is back in Kenya after his visit in 2015 where he was attending the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. Barack Obama is visiting Kenya to launch a foundation known as Sauti Kuu which is an initiative led by his sister Auma Obama. Auma has se… read


andrewismme - 16/Jul/2018

She had 3 papers to sit for to conclude her end of semester exams. Actuarial Science was a course she had revered since her childhood, to emulate one of her uncles who was in a similar profession. Since she was a bright kid, she got enrolled having q… read

Speeding matatu kills 70-year old granny at Njomoko.

Thika Town Today - 15/Jul/2018

The situation early Sunday afternoon after angry residents blocked the Thika superhighway following the death of a 70-year old woman who was knocked dead by a speeding matatu as she attempted to cross the road. A pedestrian was knocked dead at Njomok… read


Hadithi Hadithi - 15/Jul/2018

  When it comes to legends of Pirates of the Caribbean, Captain Jack Sparrow is a favorite of most especially to those nouveau to the historical phenomena. Others that get a notable mention is Black Beard alias Edward Teach who is reputed to have li… read

ያልተጠበቀ – INSECURE

littlegreynotepad - 14/Jul/2018

The desk is old. It was once brown, but years of use have turned it into a dirty shade of black. A young man nervously knocks on the desk. He bites his lower lip like a child would bite at a fruit, slowly, carefully, but like he is incapable of takin… read

My Heart is not Yours

Poetic Justness... Love & Life - 14/Jul/2018

No hurt hurts more unlessit’s the heart that’s brokenyou only wish you were wiserwhen the feelings you had have been trampled   Pain piercing your soul before tears could form the fightsthat you hoped shall end one daynow a mosaic before you. N… read


Mtoto News - 13/Jul/2018

By Constance Ndeleko We don’t call them care givers but they are Teachers trained professionally to impact knowledge to our children however, they deserve utmost respect from us all. They deserve a better pay, better environment, a better employer… read

Technology Trends Shaping the Hospitality Sector

ADVENTURE 254 - 11/Jul/2018

Technology is progressively becoming the backbone of the hospitality sector, and the impact is significantly being felt by hoteliers in their interactions with consumers. Below are some of the trends shaping the sector, as highlighted on the 2018 Jum… read

Wardrobe Staples.

Haute Explorer - 11/Jul/2018

Hi! What are some of the clothes from the list that you don’t have? On my side, I don’t have the military jacket, white sneakers, black stiletto and a cool clutch purse. Let me in the comments section some essentials in your wardrobe that should… read

Building on the sand or on the rock (Mt. 7:21-29).

The African Pot - 11/Jul/2018

This passage of the Bible given to us is preceded by that of the tree known by its fruits. The double imagery of tree and building foundation give us ways of understanding our relationship with God. It consequently determines our Christian fruitfulne… read

What Happened- My Book Review

Harleen Jabbal - 10/Jul/2018

    “When the votes were counted, we hoped the symbolic glass ceiling would be shattered forever. I had been thinking about what I wanted to say for a few weeks. My speechwriters Dan Schwerin and Megan Rooney had been working with Jake Sullivan a… read

He just won’t stay

Tatu Reginaldah - 09/Jul/2018

Men, mbu you don’t want lip balm, vaseline, elianto ova kimbo for your lips yet your lips are dry, cracking, white and looking not so good mbu you will be percieved as gay. Abeg. Then buy enough saliva so you lubricate those damn lips. Don’t walk… read

Here we go again…

Clarie's Ramblings - 09/Jul/2018

You grow and change but some things stay constant. My writing still is for people who’ve felt invisible at some point but more than anything I want it to be obvious that for me, that demographic is black women. Man, it’s mad how aware my nineteen… read

Spotlight on Hadithi Hadithi!

eLimu - 08/Jul/2018

Hadithi Hadithi! is a digital library of dozens of stories for 6-8 year olds. Each story is written by a Kenyan teacher, beautifully illustrated by artists across East Africa, and read by actors and celebrities. Each story has spelling and… The po… read

Unstoppable Sanju, Sanju Film Review

Filmi Very Filmi - 07/Jul/2018

There are no misses in this film. Only those who are not Sanjay Dutt’s fans will not appreciate this incredible film. (Read More on KenyaBuzz) Sanjay Dutt is a personal icon for me and I think I have watched Khal Nayak over 100 times and can rememb… read


Thuo Ndung'u Jnr - 07/Jul/2018

He adjusted the rifle, balancing it on the tripod below it to get the scope right on his eye. He licked his thumb, lifting it above the brick covering of his cover spot to get a feel of the wind, adjusting the range to cover the slight wind caused de… read


akenyannomad - 06/Jul/2018

A visit to Europe is incomplete without a tour of ancient cathedrals. Their bespoke designs and intricate detailing are an indication of just how much time and craft went into them. Notre Dame (Our Lady) is one of the finest examples of Gothic archit… read

Understanding Addiction And What It Is Like To Be Addicted

Decent Conversations - 06/Jul/2018

Addiction is to occupy oneself with or involve oneself in something habitually or compulsively. Addiction is a chronic disease of the brain. It comes in different forms. Addicts are moral agents, in community, with biology working  against their spi… read