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Dr. John Gacheru’s Poem “Where Are The Men” Comes In Handy As Kenyans Discuss Bodaboda Debacle On Forest Road

Following the crude manhandling of a woman involved in an accident by Bodaboda riders along Forest Rd a debate has been sparked online with public condemning  the uncouth behavior. Nobody…

Charles Bronson: From American Coal Miner to War Hero To Hollywood Movie Star

In 1943, Buchinsky left his job at the mine and decided to serve in the United States Army, responding to his America’s call to arms with World War II already…

Did Maxwell Jump Or Was He Pushed To His Death?

The release of a second biography on the life and times of British media magnate Robert Maxwell by celebrated author John Preston has captured my attention. Though lauded as a…

PRODUCTION OF “BLACK PANTHER 2” HALTED FOR LETITIA WRIGHT TO RECOVER

Production of the sequel to the movie Black Panther has been halted pending the recovery of lead actor Letitia Wright who sustained an on-set injury in August. Wright sustained an…

LOVE LIFE: 5 Reasons To Watch The HBO Max Series

This time, we will follow the life of Marcus Watkins, played by actor William Jackson Harper, best known for the character Chidi in A Good Place. In the new episodes, we…

Synopsis of the Story ‘Light’ in the Anthology Memories We Lost and Other Stories

Light is one of the short stories in Memories We lost and other stories. It is authored by Lesley Nneka and has its setting in Nigeria. Lesley majored in the challenges…

Synopsis of the Story, “How Much Land Does Man Need?” In the Anthology Memories We Lost and Other Stories

The story How much land does one need? is authored by Leo Tolstoy and has its setting in the Russian countryside. The title is a question that creates suspicion and is answered…

Synopsis of the Short Story , ‘Window Seat’ in the Anthology Memories We Lost and Other Stories

The story Window Seat has its setting in Tanzania. It is authored by Benjamin Branoff. The narrator is a mzungu who boards a public transport daladala and has a window seat.…

Synopsis of the Short Story: “Stones Bounce On Water” in the Anthology Memories We Lost and Other Stories

Stones Bounce On Water is authored by a Ugandan named Dilman Dila. The story covers events that suspiciously take place before and after the death of Winnie. The story takes…

Secrets behind Squid Game filming

It’s official: Squid Game is Netflix’s biggest original series ever. The nine-part Korean drama was watched by 111 million users in its first 28 days, knocking Bridgerton and its 82…

Alec Baldwin Cold-gun Shooting Stirs Debate

During rehearsals for the movie Rust, actor-director Alec Baldwin fired a cold-gun that ended up killing the director of photography 42-year-old Halyna Hutchins. Also injured in the accident was 48-year-old Joel…

Review of The Setbook Blossoms of The Savannah

The Novel ‘Blossoms of the Savannah’ is a Maa-based culture authored by the late Henry Ole Kult. The book brings out nearly all the Maa cultural practices, both the positive…

Netflix’s most recent surprisingly realistic Cowboy Bebop secret has abundance hunting totally under control

It’s as yet not a full trailer, but rather Netflix flaunted the best take a gander at its impending surprisingly realistic Cowboy Bebop transformation in another mystery to praise the…

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