Dear, Canada, Britain, France, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Nigeria, Argentina,Japan, New Zealand and the rest of the world.


Dear, Canada, Britain, France, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Nigeria, Argentina,Japan, New Zealand and the rest of the world, Despite what you read and see on television. America and Americans haven’t lost our minds or our way.  We realize you are bombarded with negative sounds and images emanating from our great nation, leaving the impressionContinue reading “Dear, Canada, Britain, France, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Nigeria, Argentina,Japan, New Zealand and the rest of the world.”

The Real Housewives of Atlanta #Rhoa S10 EP1 50 Shade of Cynthia


  First things first, Nene is back with a hardcore Georgia swagger.  I was mixed about her return, when she shines, there is no housewife like her anywhere.  When the light fades she can turn very dark and bring an episode to its knees and while I’m happy to see her, its still a wait andContinue reading “The Real Housewives of Atlanta #Rhoa S10 EP1 50 Shade of Cynthia”

They found love during a layover


Justus and Emma A layover at Qatar airport brought this Swedish-Kenyan couple together – now they’re heading for marriage Closeness, selflessness, and pleasure; falling in love is a strange but wonderful human experience. It is a state of intimacy that we relish living, but due to its abstract nature we rarely pay attention to it.Continue reading “They found love during a layover”

Why al-Shabab has gained foothold in Kenya


Garissa University College has the single largest non-Somali population in any one place in the entire region [AP] Political and economic discrimination making young men radicalised, according to truth commission’s findings. By: Mohammed Adow/Al Jezerra Kenya grieves for 148 lives gone too soon. My country is in shock at the cold-blooded murder of young studentsContinue reading “Why al-Shabab has gained foothold in Kenya”

Thieves fry Kenya’s power grid for fast food


A vandalized transformer lies on the ground in Thika town near the capital Nairobi [Kenya Power Ltd] Vandals smash electrical transformers to steal viscous fluid that’s later sold as cooking oil for roadside stalls. Nairobi, Kenya – The morning scene is increasingly routine for Kenyans. When it’s time to start the day, the power is already out.Continue reading “Thieves fry Kenya’s power grid for fast food”