“My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic. And we’ll change the world.” We will one day defeat youth unemployment. Yes, we shall defeat it.

Noise in the Kenyan Urban

Exposure to clamour initiates mental disturbance, which manifests in a lack of concentration, annoyance, and sleep disturbances. The effects open for a more aggressive subsequent chronic stress, which elevates the risk of hypertension, myocardial infarction, and stroke, implying that one is at a higher risk of dying.

Wisdom from Kanungaga

The parapsychological definition of empathy being the ability to psychically reading another person's emotions, I can proudly associate my personality with it. As I was seated at the second last row in the middle column in church, a very old man walked in with a crutch. I noticed he oppositely held the crutch unlike how … Continue reading Wisdom from Kanungaga

If I Can Help Somebody

“Professor Thairu is a man after Medical Science’s own heart. He is the Galileo of the 21st century. He probably could be better. He is the brain behind the formation of a medical research center in our country.” Dr. Naftali Agata read an introductory for Professor Kihumbu Thairu. Professor Thairu (left), Professor Kariuki (Right) I … Continue reading If I Can Help Somebody

Man Cave

In the last week of January 1995, the then President of Kenya, President Daniel Moi, disappeared from the public limelight where he had previously never been out of. A state of wild activity and panic gripped every cabinet minister, every vicious opposition leader and each one of the members of the international community. Daily Nation’s … Continue reading Man Cave

What to do During Public Medical Emergencies

Before the close of the year, en route to a church service, I realized how most of us are clueless when it comes to public medical emergencies. Adjacent to my seat, on the other divide of the bus alley, a middle-aged lady began convulsing and foaming at the corner of her mouth. Her body movements … Continue reading What to do During Public Medical Emergencies

The Aggrandizement of the Woman

The admiration I have for the Maasai tribe is immense. Maasai men are born and raised to be warriors, father figures and leaders, while their women spend most of their time learning how to cook, clean and raise up children. With such a norm of clearly stipulated roles for each gender, there is absolute marital … Continue reading The Aggrandizement of the Woman