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It all begins now!!!

This is my first post from the the “Foothills of Mt Kenya”. The day is rainy, therefore, the Mt Kenya is fully hidden by the clouds. 137 more words

Ancestors

A Mission for E-State

I had the unusual pleasure of sharing a commute with an ardent Rasta of Kikuyu descent. Amidst the pledges to His Imperial Majesty Haille Selassie and laurels for puffing Sativa. 705 more words

Dedan Kimathi

The other side of Tom Mboya you Never Knew

Tom Mboya is the most misunderstood man in history. I don’t celebrate him. He betrayed our people.

He fought Legio Maria, the only religion known to deal with evil spirits. 363 more words

Kenyan Politics

Esther Clift’s African Blog Series; Part 2 'The concept of Mzee and Heshima'

Esther Clift is a Consultant Practitioner Trainee in Frailty with Health Education Wessex. This is the second part of a four part BGS blog series about her time in Africa. 463 more words

Community Care

New Acquisitions: August 2015

The Archives & Special Collections Department announces the recent addition of several items to our collections.

Gypsy and the other poems by James Baldwin, illustrated by Leonard Baskin, limited edition, published by Gehenna Press, 1989. 80 more words

New Collection

Britain and its colonies

The Guardian continues with its series, The Long Read – here, Uncovering the brutal truth about the British empire The story has its roots in thwarted attempts to discredit the research of a US scholar, and a feisty female one at that. 208 more words

Politics

Disillusioned ‘’Educated’’ Youth the biggest impediment in our Country.

Kalonzo Musyoka, in a recently televised interview with NTV’s Ken Mijungu said; it is difficult to be in the opposition in Africa. Well, many will construe this to allude that Kalonzo wants to be in government and he is not having the time of his life in the opposition. 1,061 more words

Politics.