Don’t Call me an “African” Writer

I yesterday had the priviledge of attending a discussion forum organised by Kwani? during the Caine Prize for African Writing Workshop that is ongoing. The discussion basically revolved around African Writing. From the onset, and all through, I have a serious opposition with the label African writer being attached as an identity upon my writing…

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Shoot To Kill, I vote.

When an individual is able to congratulate himself on the attainment of enlightenment- or when such an individual reaches his Nirvana on a subject, it is a great day. When that enlightenment causes him to convert his belief and thinking, the day is brighter still. I have had an epiphany that caused me to reach…

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Security: Shoot to Kill

I have recently become a proponent of the Shoot to Kill as the policy to control crime in Kenya. This was after I had an encounter with violent robbers who releaved me of my possessions – including laptop, phone and some money – all at gun point. I have had an epiphany. I shall share…

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Broken

He woke up in the middle of the night and realised what this nagging weight has been in the deep darkness of his spirit – his spirit that has been flying for weeks. He realised that the pain has been there all along and that he was alone. It was a robbery – a highway…

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Red Streaks

Please find attached the latest addition to The Quarterly Colour Series Published by Al Kags, called Red Streaks. The Theme for Red Streaks is all things Raw, Rugged and Raunchy but presented in a tasteful the most suggestive way possible. This ebook this time features writers from Uganda (for the first time) Rebecca Rugyendo and…

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The New Year

Well, now the new year is here and a good yearit looks to be. For me it has started with a trial that has threatened my well being, my relationships, my ease of mind… I am taking it all in stride and i have reached a point of accepting what will come. In the new…

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