I wanted to try out this consistency thing; publishing an article every Tuesday, but life friends – Life! I’m not referring to my life as I usually talk about it. If I am being candid, I am referring to the General Elections in Kenya, which have dominated...
I have decided to keep writing…to inspire social justice, peace and sustainable development. A few weeks ago, I got into a very difficult situation professionally that made me look within myself for answers. Here’s the thing, I love to write even though I do not...
I cannot believe it has been one and a half years since the first case of Covid-19 in Kenya. For many of us, the pandemic feels like a forever crisis, when is it going to end? Will it end? The idea of a new normal has been thrown around, it feels like we are expected...
By Mercy Wangui ‘Woi! Woi! Sisi tunataka katiba ibadilishwe!’ ‘Moi must go! Moi must go!’ These are some of the chants that filled the air on the fateful Saba Saba day. Crowds of people in the streets holding up banners demanding free...
On the 23rd of May, I joined other cyclists and Mombasa youth in showing solidarity to our brothers and sisters in Palestine. Palestine has experienced great injustices for over 70 years. From ethnic cleansing, to limitation of rights and freedom, violence and the...
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