Author Archives: MyStoriesKenya

About MyStoriesKenya

Kenyan journalist with a passion for history and culture and most of all the Happier side of kenya, however, I am not blind to society concerns and needs, so I give justice to every experience

THE FESTIVAL OF AFRICA

The music of Africa sips through your skin and imposes a dance to anyone that gets to hear it. A culture of drums, flutes and life that oozes out of the various festival s that emerge from the African soil. … Continue reading

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THE SLEEPING VOLCANO:-COAST

  When my people came on the television wearing towels on their waist and walking bare chest saying “Pwani si Kenya” my head thought, the world has gone insane. Though not surprised with the manner this discussion was started, it … Continue reading

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THE VILLAGE THAT NEVER SLEEPS

My mum moved to Mombasa, and I tagged along to help her settle in. But as usual, the worst part is finding a place to stay. After hustle, we ended up at Mtwapa. For a while I was in denial … Continue reading

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ALL IN 24 HOURS- BY ESTHER NEEMA- ( Published on Matatu chronicles)

A friend of mine asked me to write my matatu chronicle, and I wondered how I would write this article without sounding bitter and troubled with life. However, I still said, why not. After all I have been reading with … Continue reading

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KENYA AT 50

I have duly noticed, the lack of enthusiasm of certain people towards #Kenya@50 , many citing the disappointments they feel towards regimes in the past and even today. Which I believe it is justified to some extent, there are ALOT … Continue reading

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22 Signs You’re An Ex-Convent School Girl

Originally posted on Natalie-Kay-Es-El:
1. You’re cool with doing the heavy lifting – as long as it’s manageable. What? Wait for the guys to come help out? Girl, we went through 10 years of school without a single guy in sight…

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Chinua Achebe for Me

The life of Chinua Achebe is celebrated by every man, every woman, every child that has had a chance to read the works of this man. Taking us to a world we could have never imagined had we not read … Continue reading

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